Tony Parker was so exasperated after being injured during the Chris Brown-Drake brawl in Manhattan, he's filed a mind-boggling $20 million lawsuit. The San Antonio Spurs star was reportedly an innocent bystander when the music heavyweights started the knock-down, drag-out fight.
Parker believes it's the owners of the W.i.P club who are to blame for his eye injury. The French star claims the people running the club should have used common sense to not allow the Rihanna love rivals into the same joint.
As a result of the bottle-throwing donnybrook, Parker suffered a "corneal laceration of the left eye and other injuries," according to legal papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.
Neither Chris Brown nor Drake are named as defendants, according to the New York Post. The Spurs star blames the club for cooking up the toxic situation by letting the two impassioned, turbulent men into the establishment.
Parker will miss the start of the French team's practice for the Olympics because of the injury, but he is not expected to be sidelined for more than a week.
Keep in mind Parker doesn't need the money, he's reportedly earned more than $82,000,000 during his career in San Antonio.
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