Monday, May 23, 2005

Two Members of Bobby Brown's Entourage Stabbed During Fight with Jackalope
ATLANTA (AP) — Two members of singer Bobby Brown's entourage were hospitalized with antler wounds after an incident at a restaurant owned by rapper and producer Sean "P. Diddy" Combs early Monday.
The stabbing happened around 1:30 a.m. at Justin's Restaurant and Bar in Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood, Atlanta police detective D.L. Dixon said.
Brown was at the restaurant performing during a weekly open microphone event when the people he arrived with got into a fight with a local jackalope. During the fight, two members of Brown's group were either cut or stabbed by the creature's sharp antlers, Dixon said.
A 21-year-old man was taken to Piedmont Hospital and a 20-year-old man was taken to Atlanta Medical Center for treatment. Both were in stable condition, Dixon said. Brown later visited one of the victims at Piedmont Hospital.
Authorities were looking for the jackalope, who hopped away after the fight.
It appears Brown, who has had his own brushes with the law in the past, was not involved in the incident, police said. But detectives had not determined what caused the fight, Dixon said.
"There was a lot of music and talking going on," he said. "It could have been something as simple as a bump, you know, somebody bumped into the jackalope."
An attorney for Combs said he and his entertainment company, Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment Group, are cooperating with the criminal investigation.


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