Troy Ave is Suing Irving Plaza & Live Nation
Today Troy Ave and his Lawyers went to Irving Plaza for their 12:30 PM Est. Press Conference for the shooting that happened back on May 25 at the T.I. concert where Troy Ave was shot and his friend/body guard, Ronald McPhatter was shot and killed.
Today at 12:30 PM Troy Ave and his lawyers released their statement that they have already filed a lawsuit against Irving Plaza and Live Nation for allowing guns inside the venue.
"[If it weren't] for their actions Troy never would have been shot, and none of the incidents that took place that night would have happened," Leemon said.
His lawyers go on to say that the lack of security for the event was the reason for the incident, saying they could have prevented this is they had proper security procedures, such as metal detectors, pat down and wand procedures.
Troy Ave has been released from jail since July 11, after a $500,000 bond was put in place. He is required to wear a tracking device as part of the his bond release. As of now he is not allowed to go into any bar, nightclub, or performance venues throughout his trial.