Death Row records founder Suge Knight has sued Chris Brown, after he suffered multiple gunshot wounds at a party hosted by the singer back in 2014.
Knight is suing Brown and the nightclub hosting the event, the 10AK in Los Angeles, saying that they failed to provide adequate security for the event when it was clear there was a history of violence marring the singer’s events.
Suge Knight, who’s currently incarcerated himself and standing trial on murder charges, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Monday.
The famed record producer was shot seven times in that incident, suffering wounds to the abdomen, chest and left forearm. He’s suing for the defendants to take care of all past and future medical expenses, and for an unspecified amount in damages.