Drake is solely to blame for inflaming the violent NYC club melee that injured innocent people, according to model Vladimira Brace, one of those allegedly hurt.
Brace claims she suffered a spinal injury when she was trampled in the mob scene that ensued inside the now-shut down W.i.P. nightclub in Manhattan.
Brace's attorney has threatened him with a lawsuit, writing Drake's reps that point blank, "Your client instigated a brawl with Mr. Chris Brown" on June 13.
"[Drake's] actions were negligent in inflaming a violent mob," the letter adds.
"My client personally observed several members of [Drake's] entourage throwing bottles of champagne with reckless and criminal disregard."
The attorney also cites Drake's "well documented history of vulgar, abusive and profane remarks concerning women," which his camp denies.
People close to the Canadian rapper claim that he didn't instigate anything, and was there with a couple of security guys and that's it. No entourage.
They say both Chris Brown and Meek Mill were with large posses, but not Drake. As for D's alleged abuse of women, they find that claim absurd for two reasons:
- It's not true.
- Chris Brown.
At least three other women - and NBA star Tony Parker and Chris' bodyguard Big Pat - have also claimed they were injured in the Chris Brown-Drake fight.