Live Nation Has Claimed “No Liability” In The Death Of Drakeo The Ruler
Live Nation has claimed “no liability” in the death of Drakeo The Ruler at Once Upon A Time in LA last year.
Drakeo was fatally stabbed during an altercation backstage at the festival, which took place at the Banc of California and Exposition Park on December 18.
Drakeo’s family, including his brother, mother, and son, have all filed lawsuits against Live Nation, who put on the festival, on Drakeo’s behalf. The family is seeking $20 million (£15 million) in damages.
In response to Drakeo’s mother, Darrylene Corniel’s lawsuit, Live Nation referred to an existing statement from the organisers of the festival which read: “Once Upon A Time In LA joins Drakeo’s family, friends, and fans in grieving his loss." The festival is continuing to support local authorities in their investigation as they pursue the facts. "
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