Trey Songz is free in his aggressive behavior at home case ... TMZ has learned.
The L.A. City Attorney dismissed the case Friday and won't slap the vocalist with a wrongdoing aggressive behavior at home charge refering to inadequate confirmation. The news comes not as much as a month after the L.A. Lead prosecutor said Trey wouldn't confront a lawful offense criminal allegation for professedly hitting a lady, and kicked the case to the City Attorney's office.
Andrea Buera asserted Trey attacked her at a Hollywood Hills party since he was distraught she was conversing with another man. She guaranteed Trey beat her so seriously she endured a blackout and retched. Be that as it may, as we detailed ... Trey's legal advisor, Shawn Holley, gave various witness explanations to LAPD that negated Buera's account of the occasions amid NBA All-Star end of the week in February.