Chris Brown’s Bodyguard Sues Drake and Club W.i.P.
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

The lawsuits surrounding Chris Brown seem never-ending!

Nearly a year after the bottle-throwing brawl that took place at the New York nightclub, W.i.P., between the entourages of Chris Brown and Drake, another lawsuit has been filed.

Patrick Strickland, the 43-year-old bodyguard of Chris Brown, has filed suit against Drake and W.i.P. for injuries he suffered at the club that night.

According to the suit, the bodyguard was hit in the head with a bottle and suffered “severe and disfiguring injuries to his face, head and eyes.” The brawl also spurred lawsuits by other club-goers and NBA point guard, Tony Parker, who also suffered an injury, although he had no involvement in the fight.

Supposedly, Rihanna was the reason for the fight since it’s been reported that after Chris Brown offered a bottle to Drake (Which he declined), the rapper/singer sent a note back basically saying he was having ‘relations’ with the love of his life.

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