UPDATED 10/8, 10:20 a.m. ET: Machine Gun Kelly will not face any charges for his alleged involvement in an assault on a film set parking lot attendant.

TMZ reports that the on-set incident, which happened during production of MGK’s movie Good Mourning With a U, will not result in any legal action for the actor and musician. The L.A. City Attorney’s Office has outright rejected the case, believing there isn’t enough evidence for conviction. Sources close to MGK told the outlet the attendant’s claims of battery were false, and that all Kelly did was yell at the man.

He’s still facing a lawsuit from the attendant, John Martin Tilli. In the suit, the attendant claimed MGK and his crew surrounded him, pushing him from both the front and back. The 49-year-old attendant is suing for assault, battery, negligence, and elder abuse.

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Machine Gun Kelly is facing potential charges after allegedly shoving a parking lot attendant on the set of his new film, Good Mourning With a U.

TMZ reports the 31-year-old-rapper-turned-rocker has been named in a police report which claimed that he pushed a parking lot attendant in the chest over a delay in getting his car. The news outlet notes that the unidentified attendant waited a week to contact police about the incident.

Meanwhile, MGK’s camp has already denied the claims, with insiders on set saying that the alleged incident never got physical. Production sources told TMZ the attendant had wandered into the middle of the on-location shoot, and was “barking” at a crew member to get out of the lot. From there, MGK yelled at the attendant to get off the set, although he reportedly did not make physical contact with him.