The fallout of the Chris Brown and Drake brawl continues. Tony Parker filed a $20 million lawsuit on Thursday over the brawl at New York’s W.i.P club.
The San Antonio Spurs star was one of several people injured in the brawl when he was hit by flying glass. In the lawsuit, Parker alleges that the club’s operators were “were reckless, careless and negligent in permitting Drake’s entourage and Brown’s entourage to be in the club at the same time despite known tension between the two.” However, neither Chris Brown nor Drake were named in the suit.
In a press conference last Friday, Parker confirmed he was hit in the crossfire of the fight, saying that he “got it all” when bottles began to be thrown about.
Initially, he expected that after rest he would be able to join France’s Olympic Team this week, but his condition has worsened and he has to be treated at an emergency room. He will not miss a week of practice.