Travis Scott Pleads Not Guilty to Inciting a Riot, Launches T-Shirt Line With His Mugshot
Travis Scott, through his attorney, has pleaded not guilty for inciting a riot at his concert in Rogers, Ark., last weekend.
If you recall, Scott whipped the crowd in a frenzy while performing his fan-favorite track, “Goosebumps.” After the show, police swiftly arrested him and charged him with inciting a riot, disorderly conduct and endangering the welfare of a minor, reports arkansasonline.com.
The Rogers Police Department is accusing Scott of encouraging people to rush the stage. Multiple people were reportedly injured, including a concert security employee and a police officer. The injured people were treated at the scene, Arkansas police said.
Scott’s attorney, Drew Ledbetter, entered a plea of innocent to the charges and all misdemeanors. Ledbetter maintains that Scott wasn’t trying to cause a riot at his concert.
"Travis Scott had no criminal intent," he said. "He only intended to put on a good show."
Scott’s next scheduled court appearance is set for June 13. Prosecutors had no comment on the ongoing case.
Meanwhile, Travis Scott is taking his arrest and turning it into commerce. The rapper-producer launched a T-shirt collection featuring his mugshot that was taken during his arrest in Arkansas. The limited-edition tee is available on Scott’s official store and cost $45. But hurry! The T-shirt will only available for 48 hours.