Tyga will not face charges in the felony domestic violence case he was facing.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the domestic violence case was passed to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office and then to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office-- an office which cannot charge individuals with felonies.
Camaryn Swanson allegedly showed up at his home at 3 a.m. one morning. Tyga did not know she was arriving and she was allegedly intoxicated and was shouting on his doorstep. He then let her inside to talk.
According to Swanson, things got physical and she was later picked up from his house by her mother. LAPD says they saw “visible marks” on her and took a report for felony domestic violence. Tyga told the police that he would go to speak with them the next day.
She wrote on social media: "My intentions were never to go public with this," she wrote. "Unfortunately 'someone' released a false narrative to TMZ painting me out to be somebody I am not, accusing me of things that did not happen and that I did not do. With that being said I took matters into my own hands and posted the TRUTH with proof tagging tmz AFTER they released the fake news," she continued.