*Remember that incident from almost a year ago (February) when Chris Brown was accused of snatching an iPhone from a female clubgoer outside of a Miami nightclub?
Well, according to TMZ, Florida authorities say they don’t plan to prosecute Brown.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney tells TMZ … “The Miami Beach Police Department and my prosecutors have reviewed all of the evidence and taken the statements of numerous witnesses, many of whom were interviewed in California, and have determined we are not taking any type of criminal action regarding the incident.”
“We have forwarded our findings to Los Angeles for the probation case review after conducting the same process that every criminal case in Miami-Dade County undergoes.”
Officials say the rapper Tyga was interviewed as a witness in the case — because the phone ultimately ended up in the hands of the Devon Blanche — the head of Tyga’s head of security team.
According to police, Blanche told investigators, “Brown may have taken [the phone] because Brown is known to be especially concerned that if photographs of himself with two females got out, it might cause him problems with Rihanna.”
Blanche’s statement was made in February — when Brown was still dating Karruche Tran.
Tran also issued a statement to police during the investigation — in which she said the woman who owned the cell phone had stuck the phone into Brown’s car … and struck Karruche in the front of the head. During the incident, Tran claims the woman dropped the phone in the car … and it was eventually tossed out the window.
And that’s that. Next!