Astroworld guards sue Travis Scott for putting ‘greed’ above safety

Astroworld guards sue Travis Scott for putting ‘greed’ above safety

Two security guards at Travis Scott’s deadly Astroworld show are jointly suing for at least $1 million — accusing the star and organizers of putting “greed” before safety at the event that left 10 dead.

Jackson Bush, 25, and his uncle, Samuel Bush, 46, filed a lawsuit Friday saying they and other staffers got no training before they found themselves pulling dead bodies from the stampeding crowd amid the Nov. 5 show’s mayhem.

The Bushes told the Houston Chronicle that they landed jobs as security for the event through the New York-based AJ Melino & Associates, which never checked their credentials, backgrounds or licenses.

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“They told us to show up in all black, and that’s what we did,” Samuel Bush told the paper.

Jackson added, “As far

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