It looks like Ariana Grande is legally in the clear for the doughnut incident heard 'round the world. (Public opinion, on the other hand, might not be so easy to sway.). But the owner of Wolfee Donuts has decided not to press charges against the pop star.
"The owner of Wolfee Donuts declined to press charges against Ms. Grande and this incident was documented to assist the Department of Environmental Health only," the sheriff's department said. Perhaps it was her lengthy video apology that did the trick, but regardless, we're sure the "One More Time" singer is breathing a sigh of relief now that she has one less "problem" on her plate.
After Grande released an initial statement to E! News, which included a brief apology and an impassioned speech about childhood obesity, many felt Grande's words weren't sincere enough. As a result, she released a longer, more impassioned video about how sorry she really was for saying, "I hate America" and licking doughnuts.