Lil Peep’s mother, Liza Womack, has filed a lawsuit against First Access Entertainment and top executives at the management company.
Womack claims that drugs were “normalized” and “encouraged” by First Access, and she pointed out that he was “barely able to communicate, let alone perform due to his use of drugs” during his last tour stop. Despite being in “medical distress,” Womack claims that Peep’s management pushed him to perform. She added that members of his team went to great lengths to keep him supplied with bottles of prescription pills, and Womack believes that Peep’s team supplied him with the fentanyl and Xanax that he overdosed on in 2017.
Womack is suing for negligence, wrongful death, breach of contract, and other causes. She is seeking unspecified damages.