Days after falling through the rabbit hole at the BET Awards, Diddy‘s charges followed suit because the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office says prosecutors have declined to charge the Hip Hop mogul with felony assault and battery stemming from his altercation on the UCLA campus. They have, however, forwarded the case to the Los Angeles city attorney’s office for misdemeanor filing consideration.

On June 23, Diddy was arrested and charged with suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly swung a kettlebell at the Bruins’ strength and conditioning coach, Sal Alosi.

There are conflicting stories as to what actually went down in Sal Alosi’s office. Alosi claims Diddy attacked him with a kettlebell. Diddy, on the other hand, says he grabbed the kettle bell in self-defense when Sal Alosi came after him.

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