GLORILLA & FINESSE2TYMES
Sealed victim’s family plan to sue
… death claims could have been avoided
3/12/2023 12:50 AM PST
chlorella And cleverness It looks like they’re headed for a legal battle over the tragic stampede at their New York concert — the family of one of the three people who died says they’re doing so.
One dead and several injured after stampede at GloRilla concert in Rochester, New York, USA. pic.twitter.com/55guETZcbF
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Brandy Miller She was trampled to death in the chaos that followed the rapper’s ill-fated Rochester show earlier this month…and her sister, Michelletells us the family plans to sue Glo and Finesse2tymes, as well as the promoters and the Main Street Armory.
Michelle says her family is in the process of hiring a lawyer—they’ve spoken to several since Brandi’s death was announced Monday, and they’re aiming to keep someone high-profile…because the family “has no plans to back down.”
Fiennes and Glorella reportedly left the scene before the stampede. Both have expressed how devastated they are by the tragedy, and neither artist appears to be under criminal investigation into the incident at this time.
when TMZ Hip Hop He got quality in NYC this week, huh Mocked at the idea that he might be blamed, and told us emphatically that he wasn’t worried about potential lawsuits.
Millers believes Brandy’s death could have been prevented. They say her brother was at the party too, watching from a different area… and from what he saw, the show was pandemonium from the start.
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