Double Seven Nightclub
February 21, 2012 by staff
Double Seven Nightclub, Apparently there was a rich boy spat at Manhattan’s Double Seven club over the weekend. According to witnesses the fur started flying after Monaco’s Prince Pierre Casiraghi (also known as Grace Kelly’s grandson) and Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos III (otherwise known as Paris Hilton’s ex) showed up to former NYC nightclub owner, Adam Hock’s table, started boozing on his liquor, and being heathens to Hock’s lady guests. Hock, who was there with friends, Joel Warren, Jeffrey Jah, and models Valentina Zalyaeva, Natasha Poly and Anja Rubik, didn’t appreciate the boys’ behavior and showed them some tough love.
“They were being completely obnoxious, insulting the models and swigging from a $500 bottle of vodka on Hock’s table. The next thing I saw, all hell broke loose,’’ said a witness.
Hock allegedly had enough of the brats and dropped Casiraghi with a single punch to the face, sending him to the New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell hospital with a broken jaw. A witness said, “He fell very badly. He flew across the room and landed on a table on the other side.” Next, he popped Niarchos as well as two other men they were with.
So, if you didn’t know it before, Adam Hock is a badass –and also in a bit of trouble. He was arrested and arraigned. He will be due back in court to face charges. According to Hock, it was all in self defense. “I was defending myself and others,” he said. “Why aren’t [Casiraghi and his pals] handcuffed?” His lawyer added,
“My client was having a nice time with a married couple and a lady friend and a group of very beautiful women, and these individuals were jealous, and they resorted to elementary-school tactics. My client is not Bruce Lee . . . These four guys are trust-fund babies who think the world is owed to them. They are like spoiled brats.”
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