Chris Brown: Charges dropped in cell phone snatching case

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Chris Brown is off the hook for his cell phone snatching case from February. The Miami-Dade State Attorney, Katherine Fernandez, has ultimately determined that there isn't evidence to support the claim that Brown intended to steal the phone of the woman who filed the case.

"The Miami Beach Police Department and my prosecutors have reviewed all of the evidence and taken the statements of numerous witnesses, many of whom were interviewed in California, and have determined we are not taking any type of criminal action regarding the incident," Fernandez tells TMZ.

She continues, "We have forwarded our findings to Los Angeles for the probation case review after conducting the same process that every criminal case in Miami-Dade County undergoes."

The reason that Brown got off without any charges is because he disposed of the phone before he left the Miami Beach club he allegedly stole it at. He didn't break any laws because, according to the prosecutors, Brown "[removed] from the vehicle an object which didn't belong there."

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