Kanye West won’t face expenses for allegedly punching a fan in Los Angeles in January, the town’s lawyer confirmed to The Put up.
“After a radical and cautious overview of all of the proof, our workplace is declining to file primarily based on no cheap probability of conviction,” LA Metropolis Lawyer spokesperson Rob Wilcox mentioned.
The Grammy-winning rapper had reportedly gotten into an argument that turned bodily when a fan requested for his autograph.
The fan had apparently requested West for his autograph earlier within the week, and the rapper grew incensed when he requested once more, Web page Six reported on the time.
West allegedly punched the fan within the early morning on Jan. 13, and had been along with his then-girlfriend Julia Fox earlier that night.
Video of the scene confirmed the fan laying on the bottom after the reported punch and West might be heard screaming at a workers member.