They’re rich, but are they this rich?
Chris Brown and Drake got walloped with a $16 million lawsuit over that nasty bottle-throwing nightclub brawl earlier this summer.
According to a lawsuit obtained by The New York Post, Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. claims the two rappers started the scuffle at the joint clubs Greenhouse and WiP and then ordered their entourages to follow suit. EEL, the company that owns the trademark to the Greenhouse name, claims the entertainers “shared a grudge against the other arising out of their romantic relationships with the same woman.” That’s mutual ex Rihanna.
In addition to the damaged property, the suit mentions the emotional and physical damage sustained by several of the club’s patrons, which included NBA star Tony Parker, who is suing the clubs for $20 million.
Speaking of injured, Mayim Bialik was hospitalized after a car accident in Los Angeles. The actress’s left hand and thumb were cut severely. Another car had made a left turn and crashed into the former Blossom star’s vehicle shortly before noon Wednesday. Her husband, Michael Stone, assured fans on Twitter that his wife will keep all her fingers and is returning to work on The Big Bang Theory set.
The drummer for rocker Ted Nugent has pleaded not guilty to operating under the influence of intoxicants, driving to endanger, theft and assault following a joyride in a golf cart after a concert in Maine. The plea was entered on the behalf of 55-year-old Nick Brown by his defense lawyer
Bobby Brown checked into a confidential rehabilitation center last week as part of an agreement after his arrest for driving-related infractions, his attorney has announced. Bobby just wrapped up his honeymoon in Mexico with new wife, manager Alicia Etheredge.
Kim Zolciak’s got male! The Real Housewives of Atlanta star and her NFL-player husband, Kroy Biermann, welcomed their second son, Kash Kade, on Wednesday.
Michael J. Fox won’t let Parkinson’s keep him down; he’ll return to series television next year. Although he reduced his workload because of the disease, the Back to the Future star has made guest appearances on Rescue Me, Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Good Wife. A new drug regimen has helped Fox control the tics, he told ABC News.