Tony Parker Uses Chris Brown’s History Of Violence In Lawsuit Against Club Where Brawl With Drake Occurred, Injuring Him

February 5, 2013  |  

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If we could give an award to anybody for reaching to the max, this week, it would have to go to NBA player, Tony Parker.

The San Antonio Spur and former Mr. Eva Longoria filed a lawsuit last year against NYC club W.i.P., which if you had forgotten, was the place where last June, the parties of both Chris Brown and Drake went wild throwing bottles and punches at each other. While there were rumors that the melee occurred over Rihanna, what we know for sure was that people in the venue at the time were hurt by flying glass and more. One of those people was Tony Parker, who had his cornea cut by glass while parlaying in the club. The injury sidelined him and kept him from playing in last summer’s Olympics.

Well, after hearing about Brown’s most recent brawl with singer Frank Ocean, according to TMZ, Tony Parker wants to use that drama, and Brown’s violent past in general, to prove that W.i.P. was negligent in NOT keeping him out of the club, which they feel would have prevented the melee from happening. TMZ says that Parker has filed new documents in his lawsuit against the club and has included the Frank Ocean brawl, Brown’s past drama with Drake, and even the 2009 domestic assault against Rihanna in it to show that his past temper issues should have kept him from being able to get in the club when Drake was there.

But of course, we know that a club trying to appear like the hot spot wouldn’t dare to turn down a big name celebrity like Chris Brown, but I guess that’s a choice the folks behind W.i.P. now regret, as the infamous brawl caused the club to have to face a wealth of legal drama, and this is just one of many. Well, you live and you learn. Do you think Parker has a point with his new legal docs, or is he reaching?

 

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