Chris Brown, Drake sued by model after NYC club brawl
Chris Brown and Drake caused quite a ruckus (and injured partygoers) at a New York City nightclub two months ago, causing a nice fat law suit. Romain Julien, a male model who was hurt during the brawl between Brown and Drake, is suing both the singers and the owners of the club, the New York Daily News reports. Julien was sitting at a nearby table during the fight and claims he suffered a severed tendon in his right hand during the June 14 incident. Julien also said he had cuts from broken glass, injuries to his face and endured mental distress because of the fight. As for the owners, Julien says they created the situation by not providing proper security at the club, Greenhouse.
The mayhem started after Drake's entourage confronted Brown on the dance floor in what seems like the continuous war between the two hotheads since they both dated Rihanna. All we can do is sigh.
A $16 million suit filed by Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., a company with ties to the club, wants to hold Drake and Brown responsible since they caused the fracas and soiled the nightclub's name. We're glad somebody finally wants to teach these two a lesson.
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