Los Angeles prosecutors opted not to file charges against Clippers forward Lamar Odom in connection with a reported battery and grand theft arrest involving a paparazzo in Hollywood, officials said Wednesday.
Instead, Odom would be required to attend a city attorney's hearing that can include a warning to avoid future run-ins or an order to attend counseling.
The incident, captured on video last month, took place on El Cerrito Place near Franklin Avenue. It showed Odom confiscating a rolling bag believed to contain camera equipment from a photographer who asked him questions about whether he was having an extramarital affair.
Odom, who is married to Khloe Kardashian, is then shown placing the bag in the trunk of his white Mercedes coupe and driving off.