Entertainment Enterprises attempted to sue America’s sweethearts for $16 million, according to TMZ, accusing them of ruining its reputation as an outfit that doesn’t condone bottle-throwing, Rihanna-banging, trash-talking superstars. The original fight didn’t even take place at the company’s club though -- it happened next door at the W.i.P. nightclub.
Nevertheless, the company claims the melee cost it a lot of money. A judge disagreed with that argument, essentially pointing out that if clubs could sue patrons every time a fight broke out the courts would be jammed.
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