Chris Brown and rapper Drake are suing each other after they were both named in a lawsuit following their alleged fight at a New York nightclub last year.
French model Romain Julien filed a lawsuit against the pair in 2012 over allegations he was injured during the violent brawl broke at Big Apple hotspot W.i.P.
He claims he suffered a severed tendon in his right hand, lacerations from broken glass, cosmetic deformity and mental distress, and he is seeking compensation for his suffering.
But now the music superstars, who have filed legal documents pinning the blame on each other, are asking a U.S. judge to force the loser in their case to cover Julien's damages if he wins in court, according to TMZ.com.
This is the latest lawsuit relating to the bust-up - basketball star Tony Parker is reportedly suing nightclub bosses for his injuries, as is another partygoer who was allegedly harmed during the incident.