Man Who Got Beat Down By Younes Bendjima Plans To Sue Drake & Odell Beckham Jr.

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Aug. 24 2018, Published 7:53 p.m. ET

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He might have split with Kourtney Kardashian, the biggest reality star in the world, but Younes Bendjima cannot seem to avoid the spotlight. After he was allegedly caught on camera at the center of a clubroom brawl, the model is now being sued! Read on for all the details of his future court case.

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The alleged assault occurred back in March after LA hotspot Delilah. In the video, as Younes, Drake, football player Odell Beckham Jr., and their entourage are exiting the club, an employee throws open a door to the parking lot. After words are exchanged, Younes appears to attack that employee.

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The victim, who has now been identified as Bennett Sipes, will take Younes, Drake, and Odell to court if they cannot reach a settlement.

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“Nobody has been formally sued yet. We try to settle it pre-litigation so we send out a demand and give them an opportunity to do the right thing. If they don’t, we file a lawsuit,” explained attorney Colin Jones.

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In addition to Younes, who allegedly threw the first punch, Bennett is also pointing a finger at Drake and Odell because he believes that one of their security teams also participated in the assault. The two superstars are not involved themselves.

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After the alleged fight, Bennett suffered several cuts and bruises and is still attending physical therapy as a direct result of his injuries.

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Do you think Younes deserves to be taken to court? Let us know in the comments!


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