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Lawsuit Details Surface in Takeoff’s Mother’s Legal Battle Over Tragic Incident

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New revelations have emerged from court documents pertaining to the lawsuit filed by Takeoff’s mother against the venue where the rapper met a tragic end in late 2022. According to reports from RadarOnline, 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston is placing blame squarely on the charged suspect, Patrick Xavier Clark, and his illegal possession of a firearm. However, the venue also appears to attribute responsibility to Quavo, Takeoff, and their associates for engaging in gambling activities outside the establishment. Despite the lawsuit being filed in June 2023, a settlement is yet to be reached, and 810 Billiards & Bowling is seeking its dismissal.

Titania Davenport, Takeoff’s mother, contends that the bowling alley was aware of the impending arrival of Quavo and her son and should have heightened security measures accordingly, as reported by The Los Angeles Times. She maintains that Takeoff was merely an innocent bystander during the incident and that 810 Billiards & Bowling should bear responsibility, given their prior knowledge of the potential for large gatherings to see the rappers. Davenport alleges that some patrons of the venue intimidated Takeoff, leading to physical and verbal altercations that culminated in his tragic demise. She is seeking damages exceeding a million dollars for emotional distress, funeral expenses, and her son’s personal injuries.

Additionally, Kenneth Ball, Takeoff’s father, has intervened in the lawsuit against 810 Billiards & Bowling. The battle over Takeoff’s estate has been ongoing between his parents, as he did not leave a will and, according to RapUp, had assets totaling around $26 million at the time of his passing. AllHipHop also reports that Ball is seeking $1 million in damages from the venue for similar reasons to Davenport’s claims. Furthermore, Quavo’s assistant filed a lawsuit against the venue in August 2023, citing negligence in security measures and claiming injuries sustained during the altercation.

Meanwhile, Patrick Xavier Clark, the individual charged with Takeoff’s murder, remains under house arrest pending his next court appearance scheduled for August 2024. It remains to be seen whether justice will be served in the eyes of the law, but the wounds left by Takeoff’s tragic passing will never fully heal. Instead, it falls upon his family, loved ones, and fans to honor his memory and advocate for preventing such incidents in the future. Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story.

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