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L.A. City Attorney’s Office “Declines” To File Charges Over Quavo And Saweetie’s Elevator Fight

No charges will be filed over the elevator fight between ex-couples, Quavo and Saweetie

 

According to TMZ, the case which was referred to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office has now declined to file charges after a review of the surveillance footage showed “no likelihood of a conviction for either party.”

 

It was previously reported that the Los Angeles Police Department was investigating the 2020 footage, with law enforcement sources saying that detectives had viewed the video and were interested in meeting with both Quavo and Saweetie.

 

According to sources at the time, the incident could have been “considered an instance of domestic violence” in which “both parties are in the wrong.”

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The minute-and-a-half-long clip released by TMZ in March after their split, showed the estranged couple struggling for an orange Call of Duty case in an elevator.

 

L.A. City Attorney?s office "declines" to file charges over Quavo and Saweetie

 

During the struggle, the Migos rapper pushed Saweetie to the floor as he tries to get the case. He then stood up with the case and refused to helped his ex-girlfriend up.

 

Sources told TMZ the incident took place at an apartment building where Saweetie was renting.

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