Travis Scott Takes A Plea Deal In His Riot-Inciting Court Case

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Everything’s coming up roses for Travis Scott this week. He’s already welcomed his baby girl with Kylie Jenner and now he’s gotten a break in the courtroom. Travis was arrested last May for “inciting a riot” at a show in Arkansas where fans got a bit too rowdy. He was charged with disorderly conduct, endangering the welfare of a minor, and inciting a riot.

Well, he’s off on the last two counts after accepting a plea deal. After he plead guilty to disorderly conduct — a misdemeanor — the judge has dismissed the remaining charges according to TMZ. Now, Scott is free to try to be a good dad while he works on his upcoming album, Astroworld.

Last Spring’s Arkansas show was far from the first time Travis found himself in hot water over his rambunctious stage presence. At a show in New York, one fan was paralyzed after falling, jumping, or being pushed from the balcony. However, Travis’ souped-up energy can result in magic happening, as well. He went out of his way to break a record for encores at a live show by performing “Goosebumps” 15 times in one night, and his natural exuberance no doubt helped keep the crowd from flagging after the first few times.