Odell Beckham Jr. is off the hook in his assault case … prosecutors mentioned this week they'll NOT hit him with felony costs after concluding their investigation into the allegations towards the NFL star.
The probe initially kicked off again in April — after a lady alleged Beckham put his hand round her neck throughout an encounter at Delilah, a preferred restaurant in Los Angeles.
The girl, based on regulation enforcement, claimed the 30-year-old Tremendous Bowl champion went as much as her and grabbed her throat with gentle strain.
However, prosecutors mentioned on Tuesday surveillance video from the lounge “contradicts the complaining witness’ account of occasions.”
“The video doesn't seize any battery,” prosecutors added.
Officers additionally mentioned there have been no different witnesses who might corroborate the alleged sufferer's story … explaining that even a good friend of the complainant — who they mentioned was standing subsequent to Beckham and the lady throughout the alleged incident — didn't see an assault happen.
Odell Beckham Jr. Named Suspect In Assault Investigation, WR Denies Allegations
In keeping with prosecutors, there was merely “inadequate proof to show the case past an inexpensive doubt.”
As we reported, Beckham was adamant all alongside that he had executed nothing unsuitable. The restaurant's proprietor, John Terzian, referred to as the claims bogus as properly.
Beckham can now flip his full consideration towards performing for the Baltimore Ravens — as he tries to return to the sector for the primary time since tearing his ACL in Tremendous Bowl LVI.