Oscar Award-winning actor Russell Crowe will not be charged in a case that involved him forcibly removing Azealia Banks from his Beverly Hills hotel suite in October.
As we previously reported, Banks filed a criminal complaint against Crowe on October 16, alleging he choked, spit on and called her a racial slur the night before.
RZA, who had been in negotiations with the "212" rapper, brought her to Crowe's party that night.
At some point during the evening things got hostile between Banks and another guest or guests. Witnesses claim the 25-year old Harlem, New York native was acting "erratically."
In a Facebook post RZA wrote that Banks "threatened to cut a girl in the face with a glass, then actually grabs a glass and physically attacks for no logical reason."
According to TMZ, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Officeinterviewed witnesses who said that Banks "repeatedly used a racial epithet and was verbally aggressive to people in Crowe's room."
The D.A. concluded that Crowe removing the rapper from the party was "justified to prevent the imminent violence threatened by Banks."
They ruled that Crowe's spitting was "incidental to preventing more serious threatened violence."