The lawsuits surrounding the infamous New York club brawl between Drake's and Chris Brown's crews continue to pour in. Now a male model who was at W.i.P. the night of the June 14 bottle-throwing fight is suing Drake and Breezy.
E! News obtained the court documents filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Monday by Romain Julien. He is claiming that as a result of the brawl, he has suffered "severe personal injuries," including glass-lacerations and a cut to his right hand, which resulted in a severed tendon. Julien is also claiming he underwent surgery to repair the tendon and will require future medical attention and has limited use of his right arm.
The news comes just one week after club owners filed a suit of their own against the two music stars. The suit alleges that both Drake and Brown "ordered security personnel, bodyguards, friends and entourage to join the fight, which erupted into a violent brawl on a massive scale."
Several victims have claimed injury as a result of the incident, which is said to have involved Drake and Chris Brown's respective entourages. NBA star Tony Parker filed a $20 million lawsuit against the club claiming that owners are responsible for a corneal laceration of his left eye. Parker, who played for the French national basketball team during this summer's Olympic games in London, had to wear a pair of protective goggles as a result of his injuries.
Neither musician nor their representatives have commented on the suit just yet, though Drake and Brown have maintained their innocence in the ordeal.