Tyrese Gibson has contended with allegations that he beat his 10-year-old so badly that she couldn’t sit down, charges that were first levied by his mother and investigated by the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services. The LADCFS said it has dropped its probe into the matter, which means the R&B singer and actor will not be facing charges.
The Blast reports:
Sources close to Tyrese tell The Blast the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services closed their investigation and will not be seeking any criminal charges against the actor.
The investigation was initially launched as protocol after Tyrese’s ex-wife, Norma Gibson, claimed in documents he hit their daughter so hard she was unable to sit afterwards.
Tyrese and Norma have been locked in court for the majority of the past two weeks, and the drama has been non-stop.
Page Six also reported on the matter, saying that reps confirmed the reports.
The case has been a contentious battle of wills, sparking Gibson to use social media to plead his case of being a good father to his child. How this will play out in the still-ongoing custody arrangements remain to be seen.
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