Chris Brown And Drake Won’t Face Charges Over Brawl At W.i.P

Chris Brown And Drake Won’t Face Charges Over Brawl At W.i.P
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Chris Brown and Drake won’t face criminal charges following their nightclub brawl in June. The singer, the rapper and their entourages were involved in a fracas at New York’s W.i.P club, reportedly over Rihanna who has dated both of them, in which several innocent bystanders were injured.

But police will not press charges due to lack of evidence.

According to gossip website TMZ: ‘The investigation into the bottle-smashing brawl at WIP nightclub on June 14th has been concluded and no criminal charges will be filed against Chris, Drake, or any member of their entourages.’

Drake’s lawyer Blair Berk said: ‘Drake was never even a suspect so it’s no surprise.’

It is believed Chris – who is still on probation for beating up Rihanna in 2009- sent a bottle of champagne to Drake’s table as a peace offering but it was returned with a note reading, ‘I’m f*****g the love of your life, deal with it.’

The gesture is then thought to have angered Chris and resulted in him confronting Drake, who allegedly threw a punch at his rival, leading to a brawl breaking out.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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