Family shot Christina Grimmie suing concert promoter to
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The relatives of Christina Grimmie complain to the concert promoter AEG for negligence and wrongful death.
Also the concert hall where the singer was murdered and the security team the night of her murder worked, in the rechtbankpapieren held responsible for the suffering of the family.
Grimmie was on June 10, shot to death by someone posing as a fan. The 27-year-old Kevin James Loibi shot himself afterwards by the head. The parents and brother of the singer found that the three parties may not have done enough for the safety of performers and concert-goers to guarantee.
According to Billboard state in the indictment that the visitors on the evening of the concert only were subjected to a rapid tassencheck. This could be the culprit, two pistols, ammunition and a knife inside the centre.
The family in the documents of both emotional and financial damages they have suffered by the death of their daughter and sister.
The 22-year-old would her parents have donated. Her brother Marcus worked for her as ^ this scene. He captured the perpetrator during the shooting, but the three shots that Loibi previously solved, were Christina to be fatal.