Chris Brown's name is once again popping up with news of another club brawl going down in NYC, and Chris' crew at the center of it. This report comes in shortly after Breezy put his Washington, DC assault case behind him, in an attempt to put all his energy towards his new album X and a tour for the LP.

New York Post reports that Chris and crew were at the Meatpacking District's VIP Room, when "bottles went flying." According to law enforcement sources, the r'n'b singer's crew started beefing with a group sitting nearby. One person left with an eye injury. Hopefully this doesn't result in more legal troubles like the W.i.P. nightclub incident.

No arrests have been made yet, according to the Page Six.

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[UPDATE: Rep For Chris Brown Responds]

More details have come to light concerning the reported club brawl at the VIP Room in New York's Meatpacking District. NY Post now reports on a quote from Chris Brown's rep, which confirms that the artist was at the VIP Room when the fight broke out, but that it did not involve Chris nor his crew.

"The incident didn’t involve Chris or any of his people," the rep stated.

A witness at the club confirms this as well, saying that following the brawl the club remained open, and Breezy stayed there with his friends until about 3 AM.

We'll keep you updated if there are any further developments.