The bar brawl between Chris Brown's entourage and Drake's is snow-balling into multiple lawsuits. Some sue the club, others target the two artists, and the latest suit filed by a male model who sustained "severe personal injuries" in the bottle-hurling fight names them all defendants.
In legal papers obtained by E! News, Romain Julien claims he suffers "glass-caused lacerations, injury to his right hand, including a severed tendon." He has to go under the knife to fix the tendon, will require future medical attention and now has limited use of his right arm.
Previously, Breezy and Drizzy were sued for $16 million by the company owning the trademark to the Greenhouse name over their altercation at the joint clubs Greenhouse and WiP. They were accused of encouraging their entourages to fight one another in "a violent brawl on a massive scale."
The fight happened on early Thursday, June 14 morning. They allegedly fought over Rihanna who once dated the former and, after they broke up, was romantically linked to the latter. Some clubbers were wounded in the scuffle, including Tony Parker who sustained an eye injury. The basketball star sued the club for $20 million.
While it's unlikely for the two love rivals to make a duet following the nasty brawl, both of them are expected to attend 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on September 6. "They [MTV] are hoping a fight breaks out," a source tells Us Weekly. "Ratings galore!" Drake's "Take Care" music video that features Riri is vying for Best Male Video and so is Chris Brown's "Turn Up the Music" clip.