Although she won’t be indicted for the Los Angeles brawl, the ‘AM to PM’ hitmaker is expected to sit down with the authorities for an informal discussion about the matter.
Singer Christina Milian will not be charged over her alleged role in an altercation with a Los Angeles bar bouncer last year (18).
The “AM to PM” hitmaker was accused of throwing a drink at a Hotel Figueroa security guard in October, after she was told she couldn’t enter the bar area after last orders had been called.
Police responded to the incident, but Milian subsequently denied the original version of the events, insisting she never threw a drink and the bouncer became aggressive after the hotel manager told the singer and her friends they could enter the venue.
According to TMZ, the officials at the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office investigated the alleged incident, and have decided not to move forward with any charges. Milian will, however, sit down with the authorities for an informal discussion about the matter.