$7.5 mil lawsuit alleges man brutally beaten in back room of Crazy Town bar

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A $7,500,000.00 lawsuit has been filed against Crazy Town in downtown Nashville, alleging that a man celebrating a bachelor party at the venue was brutally beaten without provocation, and then taken to a back room where the brutal assault continued and escalated, resulting in serious bodily injury.

According to the lawsuit, Plaintiff Thomas Prather was a patron of Crazy Town, along with a group friends for a bachelor party, when he was brutally assaulted by employees or agents of Crazy Town, without warning or provocation.

The suit alleges that Prather had been upstairs with his friends, then went downstairs, when he was first assaulted by employees/agents in an area that was within the public view of patrons. Prather says that as he was being assaulted, the employees/agents forced him into a private room of the venue, that was not within view of the public area, and that’s when the brutal assault continued and escalated.

As a result of the brutal attack, Prather suffered severe and extensive facial injuries, and was transported via ambulance to a nearby hospital with extreme injuries. He underwent surgery to repair some of the damage. The suit seeks compensatory damages in the amount of $2,500,000.00, and punitive damages in the amount of $5,000,000.00. A copy of the lawsuit can be found here.

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