The fan who fell from a Terminal 5 balcony during a wild Travis Scott show back in May has filed a lawsuit against the rapper and the venue, claiming that he suffered serious injuries as a result of the chaotic atmosphere that have left him reliant on a wheelchair.

According to the Post, Kyle Green alleges that he was pushed off an upper level balcony by a surging crowd after Scott urged fans to jump from the venue's lower balconies—"They gonna catch you, don’t be scared! Fall!" the rapper said as fans dangled from a ledge above the mosh pit.

After Green, 23, reportedly dropped from the higher balcony, Scott ordered his security guards to drag him to the front of the stage, causing further damage to Green's neck, according to the suit. Cell phone footage then shows the rapper handing Green his ring, chiding/saluting him, "Why the fuck did you do that? I love you, man."

"They didn’t put a backboard or a neck brace on me or anything, they just kinda lifted me up and pulled me around," Green told the Post. "Then they dropped me in front of the stage."

Green says he suffered a fractured vertebrae, broken wrist, and fractured ankle in the fall. After undergoing surgery for the injuries, he was left paralyzed on the left side of the body, and now requires a wheelchair to get around, according to the Post.

A student at Fashion Institute of Technology and Brooklyn resident at the time of the show, Green says he's been forced to move back in with his parents in Dutchess County. "The emotional toll is just brutal," he said. "I was very independent, and now I depend on my family for almost everything."

In addition to seeking damages from Scott, the suit alleges that both the venue and security guards bear responsibility, and should have known that the rapper "had incited mayhem and chaos at prior events." In 2015, Scott pled guilty to inciting a stampede at Lollapalooza that left a 15-year-old girl injured.

Representatives for Travis Scott have not responded to a request for comment, but said back in May that, "Travis Scott is not responsible for the kid who jumped from a 3rd story balcony at his concert ... despite the fact he encouraged people from the 2nd story balcony to jump."

Representatives for Terminal 5 have not returned a request for comment.