Things looked grim for Diddy this summer after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting UCLA Bruins coach Sal Alosi after the coach allegedly bullied his son, Justin Combs. Since then, Diddy claimed he acted in self-defense and has been able to dodge felony charges and UCLA has been trying to quietly bring the issue to an end. Now, a report is claiming that Diddy is finally off the hook for the fight.
As previously reported, in July, the L.A. County D.A. decided to reject the felony charges against Diddy. However, Diddy was still facing potential misdemeanor charges from the L.A. City Attorney.
According to TMZ though, the L.A. City Attorney has decided not to file misdemeanor charges against. Diddy. An informal office hearing will be held on Oct. 15 and Diddy and his lawyer, Mark Geragos, will have to attend alongside others involved in the fight.
Reportedly, the hearing officer could ask Diddy to attend anger management courses of Diddy could just receive a warning not to lose his temper again.
Well, it looks like Diddy is getting off scot-free and considering that both sides just wanted this incident to go away, this is probably the best outcome.