LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)   —  The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office declined to file a felony case against pop star Justin Bieber in connection with an alleged run-in with a woman over whether she had taken any cell phone images of him at a Sherman Oaks miniature golf course.

In a charge evaluation worksheet released Thursday, a prosecutor wrote that the May 13 incident at Sherman Oaks Castle Park “does not warrant felony prosecution.”

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The matter was referred to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office for possible misdemeanor prosecution.

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Nine miniature golf course employees were interviewed. The DA wrote that no one who saw the encounter described any kind of physical altercation or tug-of-war involving the woman over the cell phone.

County prosecutors have not yet decided whether to file a case against Bieber in another case. He was accused of egging a Calabasas neighbor’s home in January. The matter is still under review, according to Jane Robison of the D.A’s Office.

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