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Tyga recently received some good news in his domestic violence case. He has learned that he will not be charged with a felony.
According to law enforcement sources, the police handed over the rapper’s DV case to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office so that they could decide whether or not to charge Tyga.
But, according to the L.A. County D.A., the case has now been transferred to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, which means he won’t be charged with a felony because only the D.A.’s Office has the authority to charge people with a felony.
Tyga was arrested for felony domestic violence last month after his ex-girlfriend, Camaryn Swanson, claimed he got physical with her.
Camaryn filed a police report alleging Tyga assaulted her… and later posted video of her alleged injuries. Tyga’s team claims her claims are “false and will be proven.”
The ex-couples reportedly began dating earlier this year and went Instagram official in March. It’s unclear when they split up, but it’s said to have occurred prior to the alleged incident.
According to our sources, Camaryn’s injuries and the evidence did not warrant a felony charge, which is why the case was referred to the City Attorney.
Tyga isn’t completely out of the woods yet; the City Attorney could still charge him with a misdemeanor, but he won’t face a felony charge.
Story by : Norvisi Mawunyegah