Travis Scott Settles Nightclub Dispute with Victim, Criminal Charges Still Loom
Travis Scott has cleared one major hurdle in the nightclub dispute where he allegedly damaged equipment and assaulted a sound engineer … and while the criminal investigation remains open, we’re told charges are unlikely.
Sources with direct knowledge tell us Travis settled with honchos at Nebula in NYC as well as the sound engineer he allegedly attacked. It’s unclear how much Scott had to pony up, but the equipment he damaged was worth at least $12k.
While the settlement marks at least one victory for Travis, a spokesperson for the NYPD tells us, “This remains an active investigation.” However, another law enforcement source says the alleged victim has stopped cooperating, which poses potential issues for the case going forward.
Of course, there’s always a chance cops could use video of the alleged incident to go after Travis, though that’s unlikely given the lack of cooperation from a victim.
It was last month when Travis lost his cool at Nebula, allegedly getting pissed at the sound engineer for turning down the volume during his DJ set. The sound engineer claims Travis punched him in the face and destroyed a video board during the performance.
As for the sound engineer, he did an interview from the hospital shortly after the incident, saying, “My neck is f**ked up. My arm is tingling. I have pins and needles going down it.”
We reached out to a rep for Travis … so far, no word back.