Drake and Future Accused of Negligent Hiring in $25 Million Lawsuit From Concertgoer No ratings yet.


Drake and Future have discovered themselves in a authorized scenario after a fan attended their Summer time Sixteen tour.

The 2 rappers are amongst a gaggle of defendants who’re going through a $25 million lawsuit for negligence in hiring a safety guard for a Nashville live performance who allegedly coaxed the plaintiff to a backstage space and raped her.

In courtroom paperwork obtained by E! Information, the alleged sufferer states that she was approached by a person related to the Bridgestone Area the place the live performance was being held. This man was later recognized as Leavy Johnson.

In accordance with the grievance, the worker provided to take the fan backstage to fulfill the performers.

As an alternative of assembly the rappers, nevertheless, Leavy allegedly pushed the sufferer “to the bottom and violently assaulted and raped her, shattering her cellphone and inflicting extreme bodily and psychological damage.” Leavy was finally arrested and presently awaits trial.

The plaintiff argues that “each one of many defendants was the agent of the others within the context of the occasion, and, in consequence, every is liable for the conduct of the others.”

As well as, they argue that the defendants had an obligation to make sure that their staff, brokers and unbiased contractors didn’t hurt live performance attendees.

Again in the summertime of 2016, Drake and Future collaborated on the Summer time Sixteen tour that grew to become the best grossing hip-hop tour of 2016.

In accordance with courtroom paperwork, the live performance on the Bridgestone Area in Nashville alone grossed greater than $1.four million in income with greater than 15,000 concertgoers in attendance.

Drake and Future haven’t publicly commented on the lawsuit filed this month.

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