NYC club fires back at Tony Parker lawsuit
A New York City nightclub sued by NBA star Tony Parker is now firing back at him, claiming that he is insane to think that people at the W.i.P nightclub should have known about the “bad blood” between singers Chris Brown and Drake before their infamous fight.
According to previous reports, 30-year-old Tony Parker filed a lawsuit against W.i.P nightclub for $20 million, claiming that it should compensate for the damage he sustained when he took a shard of glass to the eye during the bottle-throwing incident between the entourage of Brown and Drake back in June.
In his lawsuit, Tony Parker claimed that W.i.P nightclub should have been aware of the “bad blood” between the two musicians, and never should have allowed them inside the club on that eventful night.
The San Antonio Spurs player also claimed that the NYC nightclub supplied alcoholic drinks to extremely intoxicate patrons, which then allegedly helped fuel the brawl that led to Parker suffering from injuries.
However, W.i.P nightclub is firing back at Tony Parker, claiming that he got it all wrong, because it is not the job of the establishment to keep track on the personal lives of their patrons, which means they are not responsible for not knowing about the beef between Drake and Chris Brown.
Now, W.i.P. wants the lawsuit dismissed in its entirety. A judge has yet to rule on the case.