Travis Scott allegedly punched a man in the face early Wednesday, causing equipment damage worth $12,000, police sources told Page Six. Officers responded to an assault call at Nebula in Midtown, where the rapper was said to have engaged in a verbal altercation with a sound engineer that turned physical. However, the alleged victim did not report any physical pain or display any visible injuries.

It was also alleged that Scott, 30, damaged a video screen and speaker before leaving the nightclub in an unidentified vehicle.

As per the latest information, no arrest has been made in connection with the alleged incident, and only a complaint has been registered. Both Travis Scott and Club Nebula have not yet responded or commented on the incident.

According to a second source, Travis Scott arrived at the club angry and intoxicated, with his shirt bearing the message ‘Back the f–k up.’ The source noted that his behavior was indicative of someone who was ready for a fight.

The incident apparently happened within 10 minutes of Scott’s arrival, with him becoming upset about the sound. The source adds that the altercation was brief yet intense.

A third source elaborates that the sound engineer lowered the volume because Scott had it set to a blasting and distorted level. This move caused Scott to confront the engineer aggressively, and he allegedly struck the soundman across the face. The altercation led to a commotion between the security personnel of Travis and the club.

Lastly, the third source reveals that Travis Scott snatched a phone from a fan who was recording Don Toliver’s performance and threw it on the floor.

Travis Scott, who has two children with his ex Kylie Jenner, has been embroiled in several legal issues in the past. In February 2018, he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct following an incident at a concert in Arkansas the previous year. Additionally, in May 2017, the rapper was charged with inciting a riot, although he pleaded not guilty to the charge.

However, his most significant scandal occurred in 2021 during his Astroworld Festival in Houston, where a stampede broke out, resulting in the death of ten people. After the tragedy, approximately 400 lawsuits were filed by attendees and families against Scott, Live Nation, and other parties involved in the festival. These lawsuits were later consolidated into a single civil case representing almost 2,800 victims who accused them of negligence. However, both Travis Scott and Live Nation denied any wrongdoing.

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