Chris Brown is off the hook in his battery case.
The singer will not be prosecuted after prosecutors decided to dismiss the case. According to TMZ, the LA City Attorney’s Office declined to proceed with the charges due to insufficient evidence against Chris.
In June, officers were called to Brown’s home after a woman claimed he hit her on the back of the head so hard that her tissue came loose. The police reported the battery and Chris was named as a suspect.
Aside from the moved tissue, the woman reportedly suffered no injuries and no arrests have been made.
Following the report, Chris seemingly responded to the allegations on his Instagram story. “You so damn [cap]’ he wrote alongside a series of laughing emojis.
With one legal battle behind him, Chris is now facing a copyright infringement lawsuit over his 2019 Drake collaboration, “No Guidance”. Brandon Cooper, who goes by the stage name Mr. Cooper is wearing, and Timothy Valentine claim “No Guidance” ripped off their song “I Love Your Dress.” In their suits, they claim that the beat, lyrics, hook and rhythmic structure have been copied and demand “major damage.”