Naya Rivera no longer faces charges for allegedly hitting her husband in the head during a Thanksgiving weekend stroll with their 2-year-old son Josey.
According to TMZ, the Kanawha County Magistrate Court’s office in West Virginia dismissed Rivera’s domestic battery charge on Friday, January 12.
Prosecutors say they dropped the case because her estranged husband, Ryan Dorsey, does not want to go forward with pressing charges.
The actress, 31, was arrested Nov. 25 after Dorsey called police to report that Rivera had assaulted him. Police said they believed she was intoxicated at the time, and a 911 call by Dorsey captured the actor proclaiming Rivera was “out of control.”
Dorsey declined medical attention for a busted lip and a head injury he sustained in the fight, which allegedly broke out during an argument over their son, police said.
Rivera filed for divorce from Dorsey a little more than a week after the incident.
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