Club patron says establishment failed to prevent assault

By John Suayan | Feb 28, 2018

HOUSTON – A Harris County man has filed a lawsuit alleging he was assaulted at a Houston nightclub late last year.

HOUSTON – A Harris County man has filed a lawsuit alleging he was assaulted at a Houston nightclub late last year.

Recent court papers claim the personnel and management of Clé Houston did nothing to prevent the physical attack on plaintiff Marcus Gill on Dec. 8, 2017.

Gill says a patron named Sakis Margetusakis approached him, grabbed him by the neck, and slammed him against a wall inside the establishment.

The complainant reportedly hit his head against the wall.

He insists the subject event occurred unprovoked, adding the club knew Margetusakis “was a violent and dangerous individual but nonetheless admitted him into the building.

The suit lists 2301 Main Operator, LLC, the owner of the property which houses Clé, and Margetusakis as defendants.

Consequently, Gill seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

He is represented by Eric Kirkpatrick of the Kirkpatrick Law Office, P.C. in Houston.

Harris County 281st District Court Case No. 2018-13007

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