Alleged Meek Mill Concert Shooting Victim Drops Lawsuit

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Meek Mill will not should face a lawsuit from a person who was allegedly shot at one in all his live shows in late 2016.

According to The Blast, alleged taking pictures sufferer Dylan Thomas filed court docket paperwork informing a Connecticut choose that he’s dismissing all claims in opposition to Meek, the live performance venue and Live Nation. He filed the docs on Dec. 27.

The incident in query occurred at Meek's Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, Conn. on Dec. 30, 2016. The live performance resulted in gunfire, leaving two individuals useless and two others injured. In a go well with filed in 2017, Thomas claimed he was shot within the leg on the live performance, and known as out Meek, the venue and Live Nation for permitting “thugs” on the premises, whereas additionally highlighting violent incidents that occurred at earlier Meek live shows.

Despite Thomas dropping his lawsuit in opposition to him, Meek isn't out of the water simply but. The rapper continues to be going through lawsuits from the estates of each of the boys who had been killed within the taking pictures, Jaquan Graves and Travis Ward. The lawsuits accuse Meek, the venue and Live Nation of being negligent in dealing with the safety of the live performance. They are each nonetheless presently pending, although the households have supplied to accept a complete of $6,000,000.

For his half, Meek has denied all allegations, and mentioned the taking pictures was out of his management and that there was no manner that he may have recognized that it was going to occur.