Chris Brown’s camp calls $16m nightclub brawl lawsuit `frivolous`
New York: Chris Brown’s legal team has said that the 16-million-dollar lawsuit that the rapper is facing for the bottle-throwing melee at Manhattan nightclub WiP is “frivolous.”
“It’s a frivolous lawsuit,” the New York Post quoted Brown’s lawyer’s representative, Mark Geragos, as telling TMZ.com.
The R and B singer and Drake have been sued by Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., a company affiliated with WiP, where the stars’ entourages allegedly engaged in a violent fight.
The legal papers have claimed that the rivals “shared a grudge” over their romantic relationships with Rihanna.