A brawl between some college football players and a New York club promoter at a notorious Soho nightclub ended with one of the players stabbed, the promoter’s face smashed and two top NFL prospects being sought for questioning, law-enforcement sources told The Post on Tuesday.
The violence erupted around 3 a.m. Friday inside the VIP room at Greenhouse, where a group that included players from the University of South Carolina objected to another group smoking pot there, sources said.
Michael Haver, 28, got smashed in the face with a hookah, then viciously pummeled and left with multiple facial fractures.
Law-enforcement sources said cops want to question football players Kelcy Quarles and Victor Hampton — who are expected to get snapped up at next month’s NFL draft — about the incident.
Meanwhile, teammate Charles “Chaz” Sutton, 24, suffered a minor stab wound to his back when a man attacked him on the street about 50 minutes later, sources said. It’s not clear how the stabbing was connected to the initial altercation.
Cops on patrol saw the incident and followed Sutton to the nearby Trump SoHo hotel, where he was staying.
Sutton didn’t realize he had been stabbed and refused medical attention, sources said.
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SOURCE: New York Post
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