ABC/Randy HolmesTrey Songz might be completely off the hook after being arrested in March on domestic assault charges.
TMZ reports that the R&B singer will no longer be charged with a misdemeanor for domestic violence, due to “insufficient evidence.”
The Los Angeles City Attorney supposedly rejected the R&B singer’s case Friday.
As previously noted, the L.A. District Attorney tossed out the felony domestic assault charges against Trey in early April.
The rejection followed a TMZ report claiming that Trey’s attorney Shawn Holley presented a number of witness statements to the LAPD that didn’t correspond with alleged victim Andrea Buera‘s claims against Trey.
As previously reported, Buera claimed during a press conference in March that Trey, born Tremaine Neverson, yelled at her, choked her, punched her and knocked her to the ground at an after-party in Los Angeles during NBA All-Star Weekend on February 18.
Buera alleged that had to go to the hospital because Neverson “hit me so hard that I had a concussion and was throwing up from the migraines.”
She also stated that the most difficult part about the alleged ordeal was “having to explain this to my seven-year-old daughter.”
Trey denied Buera’s allegations on Twitter, stating that he was “being lied on and falsely accused for someone’s personal gain.”
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