Last year, San Antonio Spurs player Tony Parker got caught in the crossfires of the Chris Brown/Drake blowout at the NYC nightclub W.i.P. The publicized fight resulted in Parker getting hit with a shard of glass, injuring his cornea.
Shortly after the incident, the NBA player filed a $20 million lawsuit against the hotspot, arguing they were negligent with security and supervision.
Parker is also arguing that the club should’ve never let Brown into the club in the first place. He is pointing out that there is enough evidence, including Brown’s latest altercation, to prove that the club should’ve been more on their toes with handling the “Don’t Judge Me" singer. According to TMZ, the Spurs star is using the Brown/Ocean parking-spot debacle and the 2009 Chris Brown/Rihanna incident as further proof that the club was negligent in allowing the singer into the club that night.