Kanye West avoided charging the battery in connection with the incident when he threw a woman’s mobile phone on the street.
Back in January, footage emerged of the rapper confronting a woman who apparently filmed him from her car without his permission. “Stop with your cameras,” Ye told her before grabbing her phone and throwing it.
West is said to have objected to paparazzi filming him at his daughter North’s basketball game.
Subsequently, it was reported that the star of “Donda” is under investigation on charges of assault after police received a video of a confrontation that occurred near Los Angeles, California.
On Wednesday (March 15), the Ventura District Attorney’s Office Co. She stated that the woman refused to press charges against the rapper (via TMZ). The only damage caused by the incident was to a $30 (£24.72) phone case.
Earlier this month, a federal court dismissed West’s lawsuit against an Australian burger joint.
Ye filed a lawsuit last October, alleging that the joint company Victoria burger College Dropout Burgers and its owner Mark Elkhury used the title of their 2004 debut album “The College Dropout” without his permission.
From other news: The BBC has announced a new documentary about West’s “roller coaster” and his career. The series We Need To Talk About Kanye, led by investigative journalist Mobin Azhar, is due to air on BBC Two.
An eight-part podcast series, The Kanye Story, will accompany the upcoming document.