Travis Scott

A lawsuit filed on behalf of 125 victims in the Astroworld crowd-crush tragedy in Houston seeks $750 million in damages from Travis Scott, Drake, Apple, Live Nation and others.

Houston attorney Tony Buzbee filed the suit Monday of behalf of clients including the family of 21-year-old Axel Acosta, one of the 10 people who died at Scott’s annual hip-hop festival that also left hundreds injured.

The suit names Scott and Drake (who appeared as a guest performer) as defendants, along with promoters Live Nation and ScoreMore Shows; security firms Contemporary Services Corp., Apex Security and Valle Security Texas; and ParaDocs, the firm contracted to provide medical services at the festival, among others. The suit also names Apple, which livestreamed the concert on its Apple Music service; Scott’s record label Epic and his own Cactus Jack label; and the Harris County Sports & Convention Corp., which operates NRG Park.