Juggalo Sues Insane Clown Posse Concert Venue After Slipping On Faygo

Juggalo Sues Insane Clown Posse Concert Venue After Slipping On Faygo

An Insane Clown Posse fan in Florida slipped through the hip-hop duo’s live performance at Jannus Stay in St. Petersburg, Florida, and is now suing the venue.
One of many Juggalos — a reputation given to the cult-like followers of the horrorcore group that wears clown make-up — says she slipped and fell as ICP sprayed the cheap Detroit, Michigan-based drink Faygo through the live performance, the Tampa Bay Instances reviews. The grievance filed by Sarah Hastings in Pinellas County alleges that the out of doors live performance venue Jannus Stay workers ought to have cleaned the stage that was “left in a slippery and harmful situation.”
The sugary comfortable drink Faygo is a well-liked piece of Insane Clown Posse’s fan tradition, and is commonly sprayed on the crowd throughout live shows. The Feb. 18, 2017 live performance named within the lawsuit additionally identifies the Knight World Leisure safety firm that was employed by Jannus Stay.
At ICP’s 2016 Washington D.C. present, a number of indicators on the Nationwide Mall learn, “Faygo Not Fascism” in protest of Donald Trump’s impending presidency. In 2015, a Texas girl stated she was hit within the face with a 2-liter bottle of Faygo. ICP artists Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope work with Psychopathic Data to host the annual “Gathering of the Juggalos” live performance every year that has been described as “Juggalo Woodstock.”
The lawsuit filed via her lawyer Darrell Kropog of Tampa’s Morgan & Morgan legislation agency doesn’t point out what accidents Hastings sustained. Nevertheless, courtroom paperwork point out that concertgoers have been invited to affix the ICP duo onstage final February, which resulted in her slipping and falling off the stage.
Court docket information present that Signature Safety Companies, which additionally was on the venue final February, equally did not “appropriate the harmful situation of an overcrowded stage by serving to and aiding live performance goers over the barricades and onto the stage.”
In an announcement to the Tampa Bay Instances this week, Signature Safety Companies CEO Jason Nosal stated the corporate cannot reply to ongoing authorized points, however added that “The security of all the institutions we safe is paramount. All private harm issues are investigated absolutely.”
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