Chris Brown VS. Drake Brawl Victims Sue Nightclub

Chris Brown VS. Drake Brawl Victims Sue Nightclub
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Two women who were injured in the Chris Brown vs. Drake bar fight are suing the nightclub, saying that the club should not have served people more alcohol if they were already “trashed.”

In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Lucy Pavlovsky and Nadia Beddini claim that they each suffered permanent injuries from the brawl on June 14.

Both women claim they suffered damage to their face, head, neck, body, and extremities.

Both claimed that the two singers were “sold and consumed alcohol in excessive amounts.”

The suit, filed in a New York state court by attorney Javier Solano, said that club did not properly train its bouncers to handle a violent situation.

The women are also suing the people who threw the bottles, known as John Does 1 through 5.

The women are suing for unspecified damages.

Neither Chris Brown nor Drake are personally named in the suit.

A rep for the club told TMZ, “We work hard to provide a safe environment. If an accident or injury occurs we try to respond appropriately. We will review the claims in this lawsuit and address them in court.”

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