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Chris Brown might not be done tweeting about the brutal melee that erupted early Thursday morning between he and his posse and rapper Drake and his entourage at the W.i.P. nightclub in SoHo.

And while various reports indicate the "Run It" singer has since been interviewed by investigators probing the incident, the NYPD isn't saying one way or the other.

But one thing Brown's camp definitely wants to clear the air about is the notion that he sent a peace offering to his rival.

The 23-year-old R&B star's management, Phase Too Inc., took to Twitter today to smack down reports that quoted witnesses as saying the Brown had a $2,000 bottle of Ace of Spades champagne delivered to Drake's table—a gesture that purportedly prompted the Young Money entertainer to send back a note that read, "I am f--king the love of your life." That reported note being a reference to Brown's 24-year-old ex, Rihanna, whom Drake hooked up with following Brown's highly publicized assault on the "Disturbia" diva.

Phase Too, however, called the story a crock. "There was no bottle sent to @drake and there was no note! Stop the lies, TMZ/MTO!!!! There were no punches thrown, just glass," tweeted his managers.

Not long after photos surfaced showing broken glass strewn everywhere throughout the W.i.P. club's interior, a spokesperson for Greenhouse, the SoHo club run which operates W.i.P., confirmed to E! News that the hot spot's manager, Jonathan Cantor, was taken into custody by police today on two outstanding warrants stemming from noise complaints there.

Per the New York Daily News, Cantor was charged with a minor noise violation and is currently behind bars, but the bust supposedly has nothing to do with skirmish at W.i.P, which is located in the same building as Greenhouse.

The arrest is sparking speculation that investigators might use his legal situation to lean on him for information about the feud. Police are also combing through the club's surveillance video to determine who threw the first punch (and bottle).

Such details would be most helpful to model Ingrid Gutierrez—who was sitting at Brown's table when the fight went down—and was hit in the head with a bottle that left her bleeding.

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Her attorney, Sal Stazzullo, tells E! News his injured client is aggressively investigating all aspects of the fight and he is sending out subpoena's to the W.i.P club to obtain the security videos as well as the names of all the waitresses, waiters, bartenders and security guards who were on duty.  He is also getting a subpoena to obtain the names of all the patrons that used a credit card there that night.

"We want to get the witnesses that eye witnessed the crime of assault with a bottle against Ingrid," the lawyer said, adding that Gutierrez suffered bruises, stitches and trauma to her face.

"Plastic surgery is probably likely," he added. "At this moment right now she is just getting treated."

Stazzulo noted the 21-year-old Brooklyn native has not been contacted yet by the police to tell what she witnessed with the row.

Lastly, E! News can confirm that a video that purportedly emerged on YouTube and has been making the media rounds purportedly showing footage of the fight is a fake.

Along with Guiterrez, Brown suffered a gash to his chin and subsequently tweeted a photo of it in the aftermath before taking it down. While his bodyguard, Big Pat, sustained a nasty head wound

But they weren't the only ones.  

NBA star Tony Parker was there that night with friends when the bottles started flying and later told French media he suffered a minor eye injury, which luckily, will not prevent him from playing in the London Olympics.

—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum and Vanessa McDonald

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