Although the Chris Brown/Drake fight at the W.i.P. nightclub in New York ended in a bit of a draw, there has officially been one T.K.O as of today: the liquor license for the club.
The New York State Liquor Authority (or SLA) officially placed the ban last night, TMZ is reporting. The club was hit with 17 Alcoholic Beverage Law Control violations including “drug activity (twice) … lack of supervision … using the name “W.I.P.” without SLA authorization … and “becoming a drain on police resources”.
The main citation seems to be linked directly to the fight itself as the notes included “ten separate assault and altercations beginning on March 11 2012, and leading up to a large brawl at the club on June 14, 2012″. The large brawl would be the now infamous bottle crashing melee.
The ban is effective immediately; no alcohol can be served or drank where W.i.P. stands and without a license, the club may never re-open (it was closed down by the NYPD following the brawl). The owners of the club were planning to sue the city in order to re-open. Good luck with that one.
Via Tabloid Prodigy