Two wrongful demise lawsuits loom over Meek.
Meek Mill is making an attempt to remain as distant from a courtroom as potential, however the regulation is regular on his tail. Meek has been free for a couple of months now, however an outdated lawsuit is threatening to pull the CHAMPIONSHIPS rapper right into a authorized battle. As reported by The Blast, the households of the 2 males killed throughout a capturing exterior Meek’s live performance at the moment are demanding $6 million to settle the wrongful demise lawsuits towards him.
The Blast received their palms on court docket paperwork that have been filed on November 21 by the estates for Jaquan Graves and Travis Ward. The households of each victims declare they’re prepared to settle within the case. Of course, their value is not low-cost, as every household is asking for $three million. Still, that could be cheaper than battling in court docket. Both households are suing individually over a capturing at a 2016 Meek live performance in Connecticut that left two useless.
The estates of Graves and Ward are blaming Meek for the carnage, claiming that his lyrics incite violence and there have been incidents at his previous reveals. The Oakdale Musical Theatre Company and Live Nation are additionally named in each lawsuits for being negligent achieve safety on the live performance. Meek has already denied all involvement and allegations, claiming the state of affairs was out of his palms and unfathomable.