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Family Of Man Who Died Saving Fiancée At Astroworld Fest Sues Travis Scott

The family of a man who died while saving his fiancee at Astroworld is now suing the rapper.

The lawsuit said that Mirza Danish Baig's tragic end was "forseeable and brazenly courted." It also says that defendants "placed more value on their own financial gain than on the safety of the concertgoers whose money was used to line the Defendants' pockets."

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"Danish was a beloved son, brother, and partner. He died saving the love of his life, Olivia," the lawsuit reads. "Olivia and Basil will spend the rest of their lives living with the memory of Danish fighting to save Olivia's life before losing his own. In time, Olivia and Basil's physical wounds may heal. But the Baig's and Olivia will never fully recover from the pain of knowing that their son, brother, and partner suffered a death as valiant as it was horrific."

Baig's family is now seeking damages in excess of $1,000,000 and not less than $200,000,000 in damage.