The manager of a SoHo nightclub has been arrested less than 72 hours after Chris Brown and Drake’s reported bottle-throwing fight on multiple accusations.
According to reports, police brought in manager Jonathan Cantor after getting several complaints regarding his club’s noise level this week.
Jonathan Cantor, the manager of the club called Greenhouse, was hauled in to the 1st Precinct station house at about 2 a.m. Friday. Police had responded to complaints about loud music blaring from his club at 150 Varick Street. Cantor was not held because of the noise violations, but because he had two outstanding arrest warrants against him, Cornell reported. The NYPD told the media, police were at the club conducting a business inspection. Cantor was issued two summons, he was found to be in violation of fire code and against alcohol beverage control, according to police. (CBS Local)
In light of his Greenhouse hot spot getting negative press as the crime scene of Drake and Chris Brown’s fight, an emergency meeting has been called to review bottle service guidelines.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has expressed concerns over the public melee and has convened an emergency meeting, to be held next week, about the future of bottle service.
“The purpose of this meeting is to send a clear message to all nightclub patrons that bottles cannot be used as weapons and to determine if the guidelines surrounding bottle service need to be updated or reworked,” Quinn said in a statement Friday. (CBS Local)
Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill has also been attached to the Wednesday night drama. Mill, who was seen hanging with Drake before the brawl broke out at club W.I.P. in New York City early Thursday morning, is responsible for Brown’s injury.
Despite his denial, additional reports claim Drizzy threw up his middle finger at Breezy which prompted the entourage altercation.