Following the August incident, the L.A. City Attorney has not charged the "In da Club" rapper with any criminal charges
At the Crypto.com Arena show in August, fans captured footage that showed the rapper, 48, throwing two faulty microphones from the stage to the crew, which was near the crowd. The footage did not show where the microphones landed, but photos surfaced showing the alleged victim, POWER 106 radio host Bryhana Monegain.
After the incident, Monegain received multiple head and face lacerations and filed a police report. The case was then presented as a felony to the L.A. County District Attorney. However, the D.A.’s office then sent the case to the L.A. City Attorney's office, reports TMZ.
Since then, no criminal charges have been filed against the rapper, the City Attorney's office told the outlet.
Representatives for both 50 Cent and the L.A. City Attorney's office did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for additional information on Friday.
Despite the case’s current standing, it will remain open for one year from the date of the Aug. 30 incident. There is still a possibility that 50 Cent could face criminal charges if there were to be any further incidents between the rapper and Bryhana.
During the show, the “In da Club” artist was reportedly handed one mic that wasn't producing any sound as his guest, rapper YG, was performing. He tossed the mic to the left of the stage.
The hip-hop star (real name Curtis James Jackson III) was then handed another mic that proved to be faulty. He then threw the second mic off stage with what appeared to be a greater force and further back from the stage's edge than the first mic.
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Once the “Many Men” rapper was handed a working mic, he resumed the performance and joined YG, 33, center stage.
After the incident, a source told PEOPLE, "This is an unfortunate isolated incident where someone was in a restricted area they should not have been."
At the time of the incident, 50 Cent's attorney Scott Leemon denied it was deliberate.
"Let’s be very clear, as I told LAPD this afternoon, my client Curtis would never intentionally strike anyone with a microphone," Leemon told PEOPLE in a statement. "Anyone saying something different doesn’t have all the facts and is misinformed."
50 Cent is currently on The Final Lap Tour, which honors the 20th anniversary of his Grammy-nominated debut studio album Get Rich or Die Tryin’. The tour kicked off the European leg on Sept. 28 in Amsterdam. Eventually, the “21 Questions” rapper will wrap up the tour in Auckland, New Zealand on Dec. 14.
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