P. Diddy will NOT be charged with a crime in the now infamous UCLA football incident.

As reported, Diddy got extremely angry after his son Justin was sent home from football practice by Sal Alosi, the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the team.

Diddy and his son went back to the school where things got hot and the mogul allegedly swung a kettlebell at the coach.

Sources familiar with the case tell TMZ Sports, the L.A. City Attorney will conduct an informal office hearing where Diddy will appear, accompanied by his lawyer, Mark Geragos, and others involved in the incident. The hearing is set for October 15th.

The hearing officer could simply warn Diddy not to fly off the handle again, or he could ask him to attend a few anger management classes.

This is a big victory for Diddy. Remember, he was arrested for felony aggravated assault and making terrorist threats. The D.A. previously rejected the felony case.

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