Monaco’s Prince Pierre Casiraghi and Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos (both pictured above) got into a barroom brawl at the Double Seven nightclub in Manhattan’s meatpacking district Saturday night, that ended with the prince in the hospital seeking medical attention. According to a witness: “Pierre’s face looked broken, with deep cuts and blood everywhere. He looked like he needed plastic surgery.” The problem began when the prince, the playboy, Carine Roitfeld’s son Vladimir, and another gentleman approached Manhattan club owner Adam Hock’s table at aroubnd 2:30 AM. Adam was partying with supermodels Natasha Poly, Valentina Zalyaeva and Anja Rubik (it’s a shame we don’t boldface names here at the WOW Report because this post keeps getting name-droppier and name-droppier). The celebubrats then began insulting the models and started drinking from a $500 bottle of vodka on their table. Witnesses allege that Mr Hock then punched the prince. From the Daily Mail: “One onlooker told the newspaper that the force of the punch resulted in Mr Casiraghi flying across the room and landing on a table on the other side. Mr Hock also allegedly punched Mr Niarchos, 26, who was there with his Sports Illustratedmodel girlfriend Jessica Hart. He is then said to have started punching the two other men with them, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, 27, and Diego Marroquin, 33. The prince was taken to the New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center with his injuries but was released later on Saturday. Mr Hock has been charged by police with four counts of third-degree assault for the alleged attacks on Casiraghi, Niarchos and the two other men.” Mr Hock’s lawyer, Salvatore Strazzullo, accused the prince and his friends of being jealous because his client was with a group of beautiful women. He added: “These four guys are trust-fund babies who think the world is owed to them. They are like spoiled brats.” Richard Golub, representing the prince and his friends, said, ‘”It was a horrifying incident and entirely unprovoked.” Everyone is due in court next month.