The popular New York club where Chris Brown and Drake were involved in a bottle throwing brawl is set to reopen today.
The club’s liquor license had been revoked by a judge but on Monday (July 9) another judge lifted the ban allowing the venue to sell alcohol again.
According to our source, the New York City hot spot experienced a steep downward spiral after Drake and Brown's crews engaged in a melee that spawned several injuries and lawsuits. The aftermath also resulted in the club's manager, Jonathon Canter, being taken into custody on warrants unrelated to the debacle.
The club owner gave a statement to re-assure patrons of better security, “When we reopen our doors, we will be focused on providing a safe and fun atmosphere for our customers. To that end, we are enhancing our security.”
With added security, no celebrity would be brawling there anytime soon.