Lil Peep’s mom Liza Womack reached a settlement in her wrongful loss of life lawsuit in opposition to his administration group.
Womack sued First Entry Leisure over her son’s loss of life in 2019. She accused FAE and Lil Peep’s former supervisor Brian “Chase” Ortega of wrongful loss of life, negligence and breach of contract.
Lil Peep, whose actual title was Gustav Ahr, handed away from a drug overdose in 2017. Womack claimed FAE, tour supervisor Belinda Mercer and others inspired and enabled his drug use. She accused the defendants of offering him with medicine and pushing him to carry out when he wasn’t properly.
FAE denied any wrongdoing in a assertion issued in 2019.
“Lil Peep’s loss of life from an unintentional drug overdose was a horrible tragedy,” FAE mentioned. “Nonetheless, the declare that First Entry Leisure, any of its staff, or Chase Ortega, or anybody else beneath our auspices was by some means answerable for, complicit in, or contributed to his loss of life is categorically unfaithful.”
Womack spoke to Pitchfork in regards to the case in 2021. She defined why she filed the lawsuit and what she hoped to perform.
“If persons are held accountable for his or her actions, I’ll really feel that justice has been completed,” she mentioned. “You be taught to dwell with the ache, and also you’re a unique particular person, as a result of when your little one dies, the person who you had been dies, too. However I can be glad, and I hope to really feel satisfaction.”