Prosecutors in Britain have ruled Pete Doherty will not face any charges relating to the death of man at a party attended by the rocker back in 2006.
Actor Mark Blanco died after plunging from the balcony of an apartment in east London. The tragedy occurred shortly after he was ejected from the bash following a heated confrontation with The Libertines frontman.
His death was initially ruled not suspicious, but Blanco's relatives demanded the case be re-opened late last year (10).
After months of investigations, officials have now decided there is not enough evidence to bring any charges in relation to the the 30 year old's death.
Jenny Hopkins of Britain's Crown Prosecution Service announced the ruling on Thursday (12May11).
She says, "None of the evidence is capable of establishing to the required standard that Mr Blanco was thrown or pushed from the balcony or that any other individual was present at the time he fell...
"As we can neither establish that a criminal act may have taken place nor identify the likely perpetrator, we must conclude there is insufficient evidence to support a charge of murder or manslaughter. If any further evidence does come to light, we will, of course, review our decision in accordance with our normal practices.
"We have met the family of Mr Blanco today to explain our decision to them and we would like to extend our sympathies to them on their loss."
Blanco's relatives have previously suggested they may launch a private prosecution if criminal charges are not filed.