Tyga will not be charged over the alleged assault of his ex-girlfriend last year.
In October, Camaryn Swanson allegedly showed up at his home at 3 a.m. Monday. 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.
Here’s what TMZ is reporting:
Tyga just got some more good news in his domestic violence case … we’ve learned he will NOT be hit with any criminal charges, as long as he stays out of trouble.
Tyga’s case has been set for a hearing with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, where he’ll sit down with prosecutors to talk about how to better handle domestic disputes in the future.
That’s the educational part of this … the other caveat is Tyga’s got to keep his close nose clean, legally speaking, for the next year. If he doesn’t, prosecutors could end up filing misdemeanor charges in the case — so, they’re still dangling that carrot.