DALLAS - A Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission probe into a Dallas club where former Cowboys player Josh Brent partied before a deadly crash found "sufficient evidence" that employees served alcohol to intoxicated customers and encouraged "excessive" drinking.

The TABC announced the findings in a statement released Friday afternoon.

In the statement, the TABC said they will not pursue action against Beamers Private Club until the completion of Brent's intoxication manslaughter trial. The club could face a fine or have their license suspended or revoked.

Brent was arrested and charged in the death of Brown Jr. after an early-morning crash on Dec. 8. Beamers Private Club was among several clubs Brent and Brown Jr. attended the night before the fatal incident.

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