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Woman Sues NBA YoungBoy After She Was Thrown From Stage Onto Concrete Floor



Woman Says She Suffered Injuries To Her Neck & Back

Woman Says She Suffered Injuries To Her Neck & Back

Woman who climbed onstage and was thrown off during an NBA Youngboy concert in St. Louis has filed a lawsuit against Luh Top

A woman is suing NBA YoungBoy for injuries she says she suffered when she was thrown from the stage during a 2019 concert in north St. Louis County.

NBA YoungBoy, also known as YoungBoy Never Broke Again, who has 100 gold and platinum certifications, was performing at The Ambassador music venue on Halls Ferry Road in 2019 when Cayden Rutherford got on stage.

The suit claims Rutherford suffered a concussion and other injuries to her neck, back and ankle and that she continues to suffer physical pain and mental anguish that affects her daily life.

The lawsuit accuses the rapper of having a history of fighting with fans at shows. The lawsuit detailed three incidents prior to the St. Louis show where the rapper either fought with fans or a fan was thrown from the stage at concerts in Minnesota, Virginia and South Carolina, the last of which was canceled as a result of the fighting.

The lawsuit alleges that given that history, The Ambassador, the concert promoter Major Entertainment LLC and security company Elite Security, Protection & Services LLC should have provided more supervision.

Rutherford is seeking monetary damages from the rapper, the venue, promoter and security company. Her attorney, Brad Elkin of Cofman Townsley, declined to comment.

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