Suge Knight Sues Chris Brown Over 2014 Los Angeles Club Shooting TrendyVoice

29 June 2016

Suge Knight Sues Chris Brown Over 2014 Los Angeles Club Shooting




Los Angeles - Former rap music producer, Suge
Knight has sued singer Chris Brown in connection
with a shooting at a West Hollywood nightclub in
2014 that left him with seven gunshot wounds.
The civil lawsuit filed in a Los Angeles County
Superior Court accused Brown and the club's
owners of being negligent in securing the
environment. Brown hosted the event with musician Pia Mia Perez at the 1 OAK Club on Aug 23, 2014. The lawsuit accused Brown of being a
``known gang associate'' and said he had hosted events in the past at which violence erupted so the club should have had stricter security.

According to page ten of the lawsuit, the
organisers of the event is aware of the
documented past and the high likelihood of
violence, including the possession and use of
firearms by those attending the event.
It said that the defendants had a duty to provide
adequate security.

Representatives for Brown and Perez could not be
immediately reached for their comments at the
time of filing this report.

The person who answered the phone for 1 OAK
said, ``we have no comment on anything."
Knight, who co-founded hip hop label Death Row
Records, is in jail on a murder charge.

He has been accused of running over two people
in January 2015 near Los Angeles, killing one and
injuring the other.

The trial is scheduled to start on Aug. 1.

He and comedian Katt Williams are also awaiting
trial on charges of robbing a paparazzi
photographer of a camera and making a criminal
threat.

Knight has pleaded not guilty in both cases.

In the lawsuit, he is seeking unspecified damages
in excess of 25,000 dollars.




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