Odell Beckham Jr., Younes Bendjima and Drake are being sued by a man who claims they attacked him outside an LA nightclub in March.
In August, TMZ posted security camera footage showing Younes Bendjima at the nightclub Delilah on March 24. The video shows him grabbing a club employee, punching him in the head and pulling on his hair. An open door blocks the rest of the camera’s view of the fight.
Two other men that were visible in the crowd in the video are Drake and Odell Beckham Jr. However, they kept their distance from the fight. The fight broke out after the employee insulted Bendjima while opening the door for him.
Bendjima was in the club at the time with Kourtney Kardashian’s little sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner. While he was dating Kourtney at the time, she was not with him in the club.
The couple broke up in August right before this video surfaced. At the time, Bendjima fired back at a story which claimed he had cheated on Kardashian by saying, “They really want me to be the bad guy. F**k your Hollywood bullsh*t (can’t have fun with your friends no more).”
Allegedly, the three celebrities involved in the fight have been sued by a man who claims they attacked him outside an LA nightclub in March. Bennet Sipes said he went to see his girlfriend in the VIP section of Delilah where she was with Drake and Odell Beckham Jr.
Sipes claimed he then got into an “argument” with Drake, who signaled with a “throat slash” to his security, which was understood by Sipes as “some type of physical threat towards himself.”
When Sipes later attempted to go to the bathroom, he claimed he was cornered by Bendjima and other people that were with Drake and Beckham. They all proceeded to “push, shove, kick and repeatedly punch [him] in the face and body. During all times relevant to this incident, no personnel from Delilah took any action to prevent the defendants and their personal from attacking the plaintiff.”
Sipes is now seeking repayment for all his damages. His attorney said, “We gave the defendants’ months to settle this claim without litigation, but when they failed to be accountable for their actions, we were left with no choice but to file suit to seek justice for our client.”
A rep for Drake claims, “Drake was there in a group; he never ordered anyone to beat anyone up. The video didn’t catch him beating up anyone.”
The people blamed for this aggressive outbreak have not yet personally responded to it.