Off the hook
Justin Bieber’s attempted robbery investigation has been dropped because prosecutors couldn’t find any evidence he stole a woman’s phone, it has been claimed.
The controversial star was accused of robbery after a women claimed Bieber snatched her mobile phone while trying to take a picture of him.
The incident is alleged to have taken place at a mini-golf complex in California last month.
But according to TMZ.com, prosecutors have rejected the case after Los Angeles Police found no evidence to support the allegations.
Police reportedly interviewed nine witnesses and "none of them saw the singer involved in any sort of altercation."
He could reportedly still be charged with misdemeanor by the City Attorney.
Look how he’s changed!
The star broke his silence over the incident last month, saying: "It is hard to defend myself and my privacy every moment of the day. Then to see rumors. The truth will set you free.
"My mom raised me to be kind to others. I get judged, harassed, and I try to take the high road. Sometimes it isn’t easy. But we keep trying.
"I will continue to be the man my mother raised. I love people and I will try to be kind even when things are not fair. Don’t believe rumors
"Thanks for those who stick by me and those that help me grow everyday. I love you.
"Off to have fun and smile with friends. I’m human. I feel. I hurt. But I got thick skin too. I can handle it. I love you."
Justin Bieber was seen giving his best impression of Moses parting the Red Sea while out in NYC.
The incident is reported to have taken place in San Fernando Valley, California, and Sgt. Paul McLaughlin of LAPD said officers were initially called out because Bieber had allegedly tried to take a girl’s phone, KTLA reports.
The singer was not arrested, but was accused of the alleged crime by an unnamed person.
A woman later called US website TMZ claiming to be an employee at a batting cage where the incident allegedly took place.
She said the Baby singer had told a woman to stop taking pictures of him.
Asked if Bieber had touched the woman, the caller said: "No, never touched her, never reached into her bag, never nothing."