Lamar Odom didn't take a foul shout, as far as prosecutors are concerned.
The Los Angeles City Attorney's Office tells E! News that they will not be pressing charges against Khloé Kardashian Odom's NBA player husband with regard to a confrontation he had with a paparazzo near their L.A.-area home.
A photographer had accused Odom of grabbing his camera and gear and throwing it into the street.
Someone from the City Attorney's Office will want to meet with Odom and the photographer for an informal hearing, but they have not set a date yet, nor mailed out notices to either party, according to an office spokesman.
Any reports that Odom was going to be required to take anger management classes following the hearing are purely speculative at this point, the rep added.
The day after Odom's run-in, Khloé took to Twitter to support her man, writing, "wow can't believe a paparazzi snuck into our gated area and violated our private property!!!!...This becomes stalking at some point!!!!! Its wild!!!!"
Noting that her hubby also took time out to pose for pics with fans who came upon the scene after his alleged altercation, Khloe added, "F--k the papz!!!!! You f--king losers!!!!! But shout out to my hubby for posing with the fans! I love my Lam!"
—Reporting by Baker Machado