Travis Scott seen outside Houston mansion after ninth Astroworld Fest death confirmed

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Travis Scott has been spotted outside his Houston mansion for the first time on Tuesday, after the horrific incident at Astroworld that was held on Friday, November 5. The rapper had retreated to his home in Houston with girlfriend Kylie Jenner, after eight deaths were confirmed. He was seen pacing outside his home, with his phone and his back turned to the camera, after the ninth death was reported, according to an exclusive from the Daily Mail.

Travis Scott retreated to his home in Texas after Friday’s tragic event. He has 24-hour security as well as at least five security guards according to the outlet. Many people are unaware that Travis Scott owns a home in the trendy museum district in Houston. The 12,042 square foot home was bought by the Trapp Trust in 2019, according to county records.

On Tuesday, 22-year old Bharti Shahani was declared brain dead. The Texas A&M college senior succumbed to the injuries she sustained at Astroworld. Her father has said that after the incident at the festival, they eventually found her in a critical condition at Houston Methodist. On Thursday afternoon, at a press conference Shahani’s father Sunny requested for “justice” and said that he did “not want somebody else’s daughter to go like this.”

On Wednesday afternoon, famous attorney Neal Manne, arrived at Travis’ mansion in Houston. Manne, who had come along with three other attorneys were met by his security team at the gate and were quickly let in. They remained at the house for about three quarters of an hour.

Travis Scott, Live Nation and Drake have several lawsuits filed against them, after the crush at Astroworld left eight dead, last Friday and hundreds injured. Famous Texas attorney Thomas J. Henry, well known attorney Ben Crump and his co-counsel Bob Hillard and other attorneys have been filing suits against the rappers, the event management company as well as the venue.

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