Travis Scott Agrees To A Settlement With The Prosecution For Inciting The Riots Case
More good news for the new father.
Rogers, AR – Travis Scott off the hook on charges of inciting a riot in a 2017 concert in Arkansas. The new dad, whose girlfriend Kylie Jenner recently gave birth to her first child, which put an end to the case to reach a plea agreement with prosecutors, according to TMZ.
Scott pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct as part of the offer. The charges of endangering the welfare of a minor and inciting a riot, were expelled, according to an official in the Rogers District Court of Arkansas. The three charges are misdemeanors.
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In May 2017, Scott spent 12 minutes in jail after the chaos broke out in his bird's eye View of the Tour in Rogers, Arkansas. The fans in attendance rushed the stage, at the behest of Scott, which resulted in several injuries. A member of the security staff and a police officer were among those who did damage.
Scott found himself in a similar circumstance in 2015 in the Festival Lollapalooza. He was arrested after telling fans to jump over the security of the parades and, finally, has pleaded not guilty to charges of reckless conduct.