Tony Parker Cites Chris Brown, Frank Ocean Altercation As Evidence For Lawsuit

Tony Parker Cites Chris Brown, Frank Ocean Altercation As Evidence For Lawsuit
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Frank Ocean may have forgiven Chris Brown…but Tony Parker has a very different perspective on the matter. Brown’s temper has ironically become the NBA star’s secret weapon in a lawsuit against W.i.P nightclub in New York City!

According to TMZ, Parker has filed a $20 million lawsuit against W.i.P. nightclub, claiming Brown should have never been allowed in last June — the night his entourage brawled with Drake’s clique — a fight that ended with a shard of glass piercing Tony’s cornea.

Parker has filed new legal documents in his lawsuit, claiming Chris Brown’s altercation last week with Frank Ocean serves as proof he’s unfit to socialize in places like W.i.P.

Tony’s new legal documents also make reference to Rihanna’s brutal beating at the hands of Chris Brown.

The point guard believes there was a sufficient amount of evidence on the table to deny Chris a table at W.i.P on the violent night in question.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Marc Piasecki/WireImage

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