Chris Brown is off the hook once again.
The 25-year-old had been accused of assaulting a man during a game of basketball in Las Vegas on Monday.
But on Tuesday TMZ reported the alleged victim contacted the police and dropped the charges – but never explained why.
On Monday it was reported the singer got involved in a brawl during a pick-up game at the Palms Casino Resort.
He was staying in the hotels’s Hardwood Suite, which has its own half court, having flown into town for the Mayweather v Pacquiao fight.
Whilst playing with a group of men at 3.42am, an argument broke out with one of them and Brown reportedly punched him.
Police were called but didn’t speak the Kiss Kiss singer at the time.
The site claims that Chris was offered two options: sign a citation for misdemeanor battery, show up in court and face the charge; or let the district attorney decide what charges to press.
The incident comes less than two weeks after Brown settled out of court with another man who accused him of assault during a basketball game.
Malcolm Ausbon filed lawsuit claiming the singer and three of his entourage beat him up in the middle of a game at a 24-Hour Fitness in LA last year.
He sent a letter to the musician’s attorney, Mark Geragos, a letter threatening to go police unless Chris he was paid $250k, a move the lawyer claimed was extortion.
The growing list of accusations of violence will not help the Forever hitmaker’s endeavor to build a relationship with his newly discovered daughter Royalty.
In March he discovered he is the father of the ten moth-old girl with Texas-based former model Nia Guzman, and is trying to get her to move to LA so he can be in the child’s life.
Less than seven weeks ago, Brown was finally released from a six year probation stemming from his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna.
While he avoided jail for that incident, he spent two-and-a-half months in jail after he was arrested for hitting a man outside a Washington hotel in October 2013, just one of a number of incidents he was involved in that raised flags with his probation officers.
It came as a surprise to some when the judge completely removed Brown’s probation back in March; many had assumed he was actually going to throw him in jail for the number of times he had breached the conditions of his freedom.
While he wasn’t a suspect in either Brown was present at two recent shooting incidents; One in San Jose, the other in Hollywood in which rap mogul Suge Knight was shot.
In July 2013 he was involved in a hit-and-run in Los Angeles, but the charges were dropped before he found out if he would have to go to jail under the terms of his probation.
In October of that year he was involved in a fight with two men outside the W Hotel in Washington and his parole was again revoked, but again he escaped a prison sentence when the judge ruled his progress in anger management classes was enough to offset it.
But when he was kicked out of rehab – another violation of his probation rules – he was finally sent to jail in March of last year, but released early in June due to prison overcrowding.