Cleaning up of the aftermath of the Drake-Chris Brown brawl just got messier. The State Liquor Authority slammed the SoHo nightclub W.i.P. and the adjacent club, Green House, with 14 new charges.
The new charges accuse the owners of the two clubs of running a business that is disorderly and dismissive of bad behavior.
NBA player Tony Parker would certainly agree. The guard for the Spurs sued W.i.P. for $20 million. He says he was caught in the storm of fists and bottles flying between Drake's entourage and Brown's crew. The June 15 bloody scuffle left Parker needing eye surgery and several bystanders injured.
The violent confrontation was reportedly over singer Rihanna, who has been romantically linked to both Brown and Drake.
Parker's lawyer says the bad blood between the two artists was well known and the club owners were irresponsible for allowing both into the club.
State records also show that the NYPD was already investigating W.i.P. regarding other assaults and drug dealing previous to the Drake-Brown incident.