DJ AM Sues over Learjet 60 Crash

 - April 1, 2009, 9:30 AM

Adam Goldstein, aka DJ AM, last month filed suit against Bombardier, Goodyear and other related parties for injuries and emotional trauma he sustained in a Learjet 60 crash on September 19 at the Columbia (S.C.) Metropolitan Airport. The twinjet overran the runway on takeoff, killing the two crewmembers and two passengers while Goldstein and rock star Travis Barker survived but sustained severe burns. Goldstein is reportedly seeking $20 million in his lawsuit.

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