Kanye West will not be charged for allegedly punching a fan after a heated exchange outside an L.A. hotel.
The Los Angeles City Attorney's Office tells us, "After a thorough and careful review of all the evidence, our office is declining to file based on no reasonable likelihood of conviction." Translation -- there's likely just not enough evidence for a conviction.
As we reported, Ye got into an argument that turned physical back in January near the Soho Warehouse, according to law enforcement sources. We're told things got so heated, Kanye pushed and punched the male fan.
The case was being investigated as a misdemeanor battery, which carries a maximum jail sentence of 6 months.
We obtained a video of an irate Kanye, shot around the time of the alleged assault. You hear Kanye yell, "Did y'all say that or not? Did y'all say that or not?" "Cuz that's what happened right f****** now."
Earlier that evening, he was seen with at-the-time-GF Julia Fox, partying at Delilah in WeHo. Julia stayed at the club while Ye took off.