Chris Brown is off the hook in his battery case.
The singer is not going to be prosecuted after prosecutors determined to reject the case. According to TMZ, the L.A. City Attorney’s Office declined to maneuver ahead with fees on account of inadequate proof in opposition to Chris.
In June, cops have been known as to Brown’s residence after a girl claimed he smacked the again of her head so arduous that her weave got here off. Police filed a battery report and Chris was named because the suspect.
Aside from the displaced weave, the girl reportedly suffered no accidents and no arrests have been made.
Following the report, Chris seemingly responded to the accusations on his Instagram Story. “Yall so rattling [cap],” he wrote alongside a collection of laughing emojis.
With one authorized battle behind him, Chris is now going through a lawsuit for copyright infringement over his 2019 Drake collaboration, “No Guidance.” Brandon Cooper, who goes by the stage identify Mr. Cooper, and Timothy Valentine declare “No Guidance” ripped off their music known as “I Love Your Dress.” In their swimsuit, they allege that the beat, lyrics, hook, and rhythmic construction have been copied, and are in search of “massive damages.”