Update: On Friday (May 4), it was revealed that the Los Angeles City Attorney declined to file misdemeanor domestic violence charges against Trey Songz. This comes after the District Attorney's office rejected his felony case last month.
Songz was accused of assaulting a woman named Andrea Buera at All-Star Weekend earlier this year, leading to his arrest. Multiple witness accounts contradicted Buera's claims.
Trey Songz has been let off the hook in his felony domestic violence case according to TMZ. The R&B singer turned himself into the LAPD for the alleged assault in mid-March.
Songz was being accused of beating up Andrea Buera at a party in L.A. during NBA All-Star weekend. Buera claimed that the incident took place because Trey was upset that she was having a conversation with another man at the event. She also claims that she was brutally beaten to the point of vomiting by the singer.
The District Attorney is reportedly not buying Buera's story and has dropped the case. Shawn Holley, Trey Songz's lawyer, is said to have provided the authorities with some witness statements that are contrary to what Buera says took place during the festivities in February. The alleged victim's credibility was also shot after other evidence was provided by the attorney.
Despite no longer facing the felony charge, Trey's case has been sent to the L.A. City Attorney where it will be decided if he will be hit with a lesser charge of a domestic violence misdemeanor.
Trey Songz has maintained his innocence in the case claiming that he was "being lied on and falsely accused for someone's personal gain."