July 18, 2019
A woman has filed suit against Drake after she was seriously injured by a thrown glass bottle at one of his concerts.
Rapper Drake is finding himself embroiled in yet another lawsuit, and this time the plaintiff is a fan.
The fan, who was injured at one of Drake's concerts is blaming the rapper for neglecting to control the conditions at the venue.
According to The Blast, fan Amanda Giovacco attended Drake’s concert at Madison Square on August 8, 2016.
During the concert, Giovacco was violently struck in the head by a thrown beer bottle by a beer bottle and sustained a traumatic brain injury.
Giovacco is also claiming that due to the injuries she was unable to attend medical school
Giovacco claims that Drake, and the enterprise that runs Madison Square failed to ensure the safety of the patrons by serving drinks in plastic cups instead of potentially dangerous bottles.
In her suit, Giovacco accuses Drake and his co-defendants of failing to prevent violent behavior at the concert and allowing the venue to be overcrowded, without compensating with a reinforcement of the security details.
Giovacco's suit further claims that due to the injury suffered through the defendants' negligence, she had to resort to medical aid, hospital services, medicinal and medical supplies, which became an unbearable financial burden.
In addition, Giovacco is also claiming that due to the injuries she was unable to attend medical school, which results in a substantial loss of future earnings.
If the judge rules against him, Drake may have to pay out a pretty sum in compensation for the incident in his August 2016 concert.
Rapper Drake has settled with a woman who claimed he sexually assaulted her in 2017, in Manchester, England during his “Boy Meets World” tour in 2017.
Instagram model Laquana Morris claims that Drake assaulted her in his hotel room after the show in Manchester during his “Boy Meets World” tour in 2017.
The model gave graphic details of the assault, claiming Drake forced her to perform “fetish” oral sex.
Drake claimed that the encounter was consensual, but nevertheless, he dished out $350.000 to make the case go away.