A New York City resident has become the latest party-goer to file a lawsuit over an alleged altercation involving Chris Brown and Drake.
Howard Clement claims he was hospitalised after suffering a wound to the back of his head when a fight allegedly broke out between the two stars' entourages at Manhattan hotspot W.i.P. on 14 June.
The 30 year old filed a lawsuit at Brooklyn Supreme Court, alleging he needed five stitches to his head and suffered two seizures, while he also clams to be struggling with persistent nerve damage.
He says, "I felt being struck in the back. Next thing I know, I was in the hospital."
The lawsuit takes aim at the club's owners, Entertainment Enterprises, Ltd., and follows another suit filed by model Romain Julien, who claims to have suffered a severed tendon in his right hand, and basketball star Tony Parker, who was also reportedly injured in the fracas.
A club spokeswoman tells the New York Post, "We will fully evaluate the claim once we receive formal notice."