Actor Kiefer Sutherland won't get a slap on the wrist for slamming his head into someone's face.
The New York City District Attorney has dumped potential criminal charges against the actor, stemming from an incident in May with Proenza Schouler designer Jack McCollough.
The case doesn't remotely qualify as criminal conduct, reports say. And on the same note--Los Angeles city attorney's are said to feel the same way (as the infraction could've affected his probation stemming from a prior DUI conviction, despite happening across the country).
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Sutherland attended an afterparty for Anna Wintour's annual Met Gala in May, where he allegedly saw McCollough bump into actress Brooke Shields, causing her to fall. Sutherland is said to have confronted the designer, then head-butted him.