UNDATED (CNN) -- "Game of Thrones" apologizes for putting a former President's fake head on a stake, and singer Chris Brown falls victim to what his reps are calling a "brutal attack."
HBO and the show producers for "Game of Thrones" are apologizing to former President George W. Bush for a scene where a prosthetic head on a stake looks eerily like Bush.
HBO released a statement, saying they were "deeply dismayed" by what the network called a quote "inadvertent careless mistake." the Game of Thrones producers also apologized, explaining the show uses "a lot of body parts" and "rent them in bulk."
They go onto say "we meant no disrespect to the former president." Bush's spokesperson says the former president has "never seen" "Game of Thrones."
Chris brown's reps say the singer was a victim of a quote "brutal attack" at this New York club. What happened inside is unclear, but according to several reports, a fight broke out between R&B singer Chris Brown and rapper Drake.
Drake's rep says the rapper was quote "on his way out of the club when the altercation began. He did not engage in any activity which resulted in injury."
New York police aren't releasing names, but confirm they responded to a call early Thursday morning. NYPD says it made no arrests, but its investigation is on-going.