San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker who was in attendance when the Chris Brown/Drake altercation took place, is suing NYC’s club W.i.P. and its owners for $20 million as a result of an eye injury obtained in which his retina was scratched during the melee involving Drake and Chris Brown and their entourages.

As reported by the AP, Parker filed suit in State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Thursday.

The suit reads: W.i.P club in SoHo and its operators were negligent in security and supervision, which allowed the fight to take place.

As for whether Chris Brown or Drake will be added as defendants in the lawsuit, TMZ reports that Parker’s lawyer, David Jaroslawicz is waiting on the results of the investigation by the NYPD. Jaroslawicz also noted that he wants to review the surveillance tape before making his decision to file suit against the 2 entertainers.

As of press time, phone calls made to the people involved/named in the suit have not been answered or returned.

View the official court documents containing the lawsuit, here (via TMZ).