The Montgomery County State's Attorney's Office has informed lawyers for the Real Housewives of Potomac stars Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard that it would not be pursuing their ongoing cross complaints.
"Charges have been dismissed by the Office of the State's Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland," Public Affairs Director Ramón V. Korionoff confirmed to via PEOPLE.
Last month, Candiace accused the other of second-degree assault, so in turn, Monique also filed a complaint with the District Court of Montgomery County in Maryland.
The previously close pair got into a physical altercation during a dinner party that was filmed in October. The incident occurred while filming the upcoming season.
"Ms. Dillard has a public reputation for aggressive, belligerent and threatening behavior that has played out repeatedly on the Housewives of Potomac for millions of viewers to see for themselves," Monique's attorney A. Scott Bolden told Page Six in a statement at the time. "To be sure, my client did nothing but defend herself in the face of more very aggressive behavior by Ms. Dillard."
"If this event occurred during taping of the show, I am confident that the video will bear all of this out," Bolden continued.