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Late Rapper Lil Peep's Mom Claims Management Co. Supplied Son With Drugs

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By Gary Trock

Lil Peep's mother claims her son was on a meteoric rise in the music industry and is holding the late star's management company responsible for his death for allegedly facilitating the illegal substances that ultimately led to his death.

According to a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Peep's mom, Liza Womack, and obtained by The Blast, she is accusing First Access Entertainment and their executive officers of killing her son.

Womack writes that 21-year-old Peep, real name Gustav Elijah Ahr, suffered a "heartbreakingly short" career and that his death was "tragic" and "avoidable."

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The lawsuit states that during The Peep Show Tour in 2017, the use of controlled substances and illegal drugs were "normalized" and "encouraged" by First Access and that instead of being viewed as dangers, it was just described as being a part of the "scene."

Womack explains that the drug use was so particularly evident at the last stop of the tour when Peep was "barely able to communicate, let alone perform due to his use of drugs."

She claims he was in a "comatose-like" state and in "medical distress," but the management company pushed him to perform anyways.

Off the road, Womack says First Access set up Peep's homes to be "drug havens" so that the abuse never stopped.

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She accuses the executives in First Access of personally dropping off bottles full of prescription pills to Peep and going to great lengths to provide illegal drugs to him at all costs.

On November 15, 2017 Peep was discovered dead on his tour bus at a stop near Tucscon, Arizona.

Womack says in the early hours of his death, the executives at First Access all responded like they had seen this coming for a long time. She also points out that the cause of his death, an overdose of fentanyl and Xanax, were from drugs allegedly given to him by management.

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She accuses First Access Entertainment of pushing Peep "to the extreme bounds of what somebody of his age and maturity level could handle emotionally, mentally and physically."

To show that Peep was still just her little boy, Womack says she even purchased him underwear and socks on Amazon in the months before his death, and that he thanked her for the new "underpants."

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