Travis Scott accused of punching man in face, damaging equipment

Travis Scott allegedly punched a man in the face and caused $12,000 worth of damage to equipment, police sources tell Page Six.

We’re told cops responded to an assault call early Wednesday at Nebula in Midtown, where the “Sicko Mode” rapper allegedly got into a verbal-turned-physical altercation with a sound engineer.

The alleged victim did not complain of pain or have any visible injuries at the time of the report.

Scott, 30, also allegedly damaged a video screen and speaker before departing the nightclub in an unknown vehicle.

We’ve learned that only a complaint was made and that Scott has not been arrested in connection to the alleged incident.

Travis Scott walking in London.
Police responded to a complaint at Nebula.

Reps for Scott and Nebula didn’t immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.

Scott, who shares two children with ex Kylie Jenner, has been tied up in various legal issues in years past, including pleading guilty to disorderly conduct in February 2018 stemming from an incident at an Arkansas concert the year prior. The “Butterfly Effect” rapper was also charged with inciting a riot in May 2017, to which he pleaded not guilty.

Travis Scott performing in Miami.
The “Sicko Mode” rapper also allegedly caused $12,000 worth of damage to equipment.
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His biggest scandal to date, however, was his 2021 Astroworld Festival in Houston in which 10 people died after a stampede broke out that November.

In the aftermath of the tragic event, attendees and families filed 400 lawsuits against Scott, Live Nation and others involved in Astroworld. They were eventually combined into one civil case representing nearly 2,800 victims. They have been accused of negligence.

Both Scott and Live Nation denied the allegations and any wrongdoing.

Travis Scott performing at Astroworld Festival.
This is Scott’s latest controversy since his deadly Astroworld Festival.
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Scott later told Charlamagne tha God in an interview that he was “1,000 percent” sure he did everything he could to help dying audience members.

The Harris County coroner has confirmed that all Astroworld victims died from compression asphyxia.