Chris Brown Talks To Police In Drake Fight Investigation

Breezy's lawyer turned over 'physical evidence' that allegedly implicates Drake.

We may never know exactly what sparked the bottle-flying melee between Chris Brown and Drake at New York nightclub W.i.P.
 on Wednesday night, but police will definitely get at least one side of the story.

According to TMZ, Brown has given a statement to NYPD investigators about the scuffle that left him with a gash on his chin and seriously injured one of his bodyguards, Big Pat. Unnamed law enforcement sources told the site that Brown's celebrity lawyer, Mark Geragos, has handed over unspecified "physical evidence" that allegedly implicates Drake in the fight.

One of the rappers hanging with Drake that night, Meek Mill, has denied reports that he set the fight off by tossing a bottle at Brown's group. Drake has also said he had nothing to do with the melee, issuing a statement on Thursday that read, "Drake did not participate in any wrongdoing of any kind last night at W.i.P. He was on his way out of the club when the altercation began. [Drake] did not engage in any activity which resulted in injury to person or damage to property."

TMZ added that Geragos presented evidence to the NYPD on Thursday that allegedly showed that Drake and Meek were the aggressors, just hours after Breezy spoke to cops. Police say neither Brown nor Drake are currently suspects in the case and that Brown is being treated as a "witness and a victim." And while Drake has reportedly been "cooperating" with investigators and his representatives have had conversations with police, it was unclear at press time if the rapper had been involved in any direct talks with detectives.

Citing unnamed sources, TMZ claimed that the instigator may have been someone in Brown's camp who was "inciting Drake and his people all night."

Another video shows footage of Chris Brown and Mill leaving the club. Meek was spotted walking down the sidewalk, while Brown takes off his shirt before getting into a black SUV. Drake is also in the clip, but he is partially hidden in the crowd. Trey Songz was also filmed walking out of the club. The video, posted by We Mobbin DVD, implies that more footage will soon find its way online, for a price, including footage of the actual fight.

A bystander who was injured in the incident, 24-year-old Australian tourist Hollie C., has filed a police report after getting hit in the head by a bottle.

She sustained a gash that required 16 stitches and on Thursday she posted a video in which she lashed out at the perpetrators. "I went out last night with my friends to a place called W.i.P. and I've spent most of the night and morning in hospital ... the reason why I have 16 stitches on my head, my face is because of some stupid famous people having a fight over a girl. Where's the justice in them walking away, driving away in a limo while I have to catch a train home on one of my holidays?"