Lil Peep’s mother believes that the management company he was signed to fuelled his abuse of drugs.
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The 21-year-old entertainer passed away as a result of a drug overdose in 2017 and is survived by a mother who is now filing a lawsuit against his management company as she believes it exploited his addiction for his personal gain.
Liza Womack, his mother, filed the suit on Monday and says that the use of drugs was encouraged when he launched his ‘Peep Show Tour’ and that some members of the management company event went as far as to supply him with substances they knew could harm him.
She argues that the young and troubled star begged his handlers to free him from the show and would ply him with drugs to pacify him.
Womack says this behavior and lack of regard for Peep’s well-being ultimately led to his overdose in November 15, 2017, when he was found dead on his tour bus in Tucson. Peep’s cause of death was listed as a combination of fentanyl and alprazolam (Xanax).
She is suing for unspecified damages.