Machine Gun Kelly will not face criminal charges despite a parking lot attendant accusing him of assault.
The L.A. City Attorney's Office decided not to pursue a case against MGK because there "was no reasonable likelihood of conviction."
Law enforcement sources say they didn't have enough evidence to prove the rocker touched the man. The alleged fight went down back on August 23.
The alleged victim John Tilli claims he was working his job when Machine Gun Kelly and Mod Sun showed up at his parking lot to film their movie, Good Mourning with a U.
Tilli said MGK and Mod did not have a permit to film the movie and asked them to immediately leave.
The man claimed Machine Gun Kelly and his entourage were furious with his demands and got "aggressive" with him. The group allegedly surrounded the parking lot attendant to try and "intimidate him" to leave them alone.
Tilli says Machine Gun Kelly pushed him from the front and then his crew proceeded to push him from other angles.
The 49-year-old alleged victim said the incident left him shaken and on the verge of tears for the rest of the day.
Tilli also filed the report with the Los Angeles Police Department, which launched an investigation into the matter.
One issue was the original report taken said MGK pushed Tilli because he was angry for waiting too long not because he was asked to leave the premises.
Since day one, Machine Gun Kelly has denied he ever laid a hand on the man and said the entire story was made up. The rock star's team pointed out Tilli waited a week before filing a police report.
Sources close to MGK also said the man had no visible injuries and denied to police there were other witnesses.
MGK can breathe a little easier due to the investigation being dropped without criminal charges. However, he still has to face the civil lawsuit filed by Tilli against him.
Tilli is suing for alleged assault, battery, negligence along with elder abuse.