After Drake and Chris Brown issued statements about their involvement in last Thursday’s (June 14) brawl at a New York City nightclub, more victims in the bottle-throwing fight have come forward.

Basketball star Tony Parker and Chris Brown’s body guard were among the early names placed on the injured list after the fight. But they were not alone.

According to the New York Daily News, Lucy Pavlovsky, 24, of Hoboken, N.J., can be added to the list. She claims she suffered two gashes on her arm from the melee that required 12 stitches to close. She’s planning to make the wrongdoers pay.

“My plan is to sue anybody who threw a bottle, anybody who created that dangerous atmosphere,” Pavlovsky said through her lawyer Javier Solano.

On Saturday (June 16) 24-year-old Australian woman, Hollie C., showed off the injuries she received at the club via Youtube.

“The reason why I have 16 stitches on my head, on my face, is because of some stupid famous people having a fight over a girl,” she said, referring to reports that the melee broke out because of Rihanna, to whom both Brown and Drake have been romantically linked.

Model Ingrid Gutierrez, who sat at Chris Brown’s table when bottles flew, offered some insight into the Rihanna theory via her lawyer Sal Strazzullo.

“[Ingrid] was with Chris Brown and his entourage just having a good time,” Strazzullo told E! News, “she was at his table…right next to him when this occurred… From what I’ve heard from my client…there was a note. A note passed by Drake to Chris Brown in regards to something with Rihanna.”

Strazzullo stopped short of giving details of what was written.

“The contents of those notes at this time, I’m not going to be able to reveal because I don’t know their authenticity.”

Last week a rep for the NYC police department confirmed to CBS Local that the altercation occurred at around 4:00am at 34 Vandam street (club W.i.P.). There were five people injured, one male and four females. All suffered non life-threatening lacerations.

While police say they responded to a 9-1-1 call about a disorderly group, other reports have identified the group as entourages of Brown and Drake, who allegedly got into an altercation at the club.

“It was like a war zone,” Solano said, speaking for his client Lucy Pavlovsky. “You had guys there 300 pounds, 6-foot-5, throwing these bottles as hard as they can.” —Keith Murphy, CBS Local


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