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Chris Brown's entourage linked to stabbing?

CHRIS Brown's entourage is allegedly being linked to a stabbing in Los Angeles.

The incident took place at Supperclub in Hollywood shortly after the 'Loyal' hitmaker finished his set at a YMCMB Drake and Lil Wayne after-party last night (22.09.14), and the victim, whose name has not been released, was hospitalised but is expected to recover.

Law enforcement sources told gossip website TMZ.com that they didn't make any arrests because no one would give any information, but believe trouble follows the 25-year-old star and his friends.

One insider said: "When Brown and his people show, we know what's going to happen. It's a headache for us."

The Los Angeles Police Department privately met with nightclub owners and urged them to blacklist Chris, who has not been accused of instigating the violence, and his crew, but they reportedly plan to continue to welcome the 'Turn Up The Music' singer and his entourage with open arms, as they make a lot of money from his performances.

A source previously claimed that Chris, who spent 108 days behind bars for violating his probation when he allegedly made threats about using guns while seeking anger-management treatment in rehab earlier this year, and Drake's club appearances and performances were under observation by a group of officers from the New York Police Department - known as the 'Hip-Hop' squad - in the wake a shooting at Chris' party at the 1Oak nightclub in Los Angeles last month, in which three people, including music producer Suge Knight, were injured.



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