Police Shut Down Site of Drake, Chris Brown Brawl

Nightclub Closed for Code Violations

Drake and Chris Brown
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June 17, 2012 12:21 PM ET

The NYPD has closed down the New York City nightclub where Chris Brown and Drake had their now-infamous brawl, the Associated Press reports.

A police spokeswoman said that the W.i.P. club in SoHo was shuttered on Saturday due to code violations, but gave no further details on what those violations were.

At least eight people, including Chris Brown, his bodyguard, and San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker, were injured in the bottle-throwing fight that broke out between Brown's and Drake's entourages early Thursday morning. The club's manager was also arrested on Friday for two outstanding warrants unrelated to the incident. 

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