Diddy is reportedly no longer facing criminal charges for a June incident in which he allegedly swung a kettlebell at UCLA football strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi.

The Los Angeles City Attorney plans to conduct an informal hearing on October 15th, reports TMZ. Diddy will be there, joined by his lawyer, Mark Geragos, and other parties involved in the incident. 

If you'll recall, Diddy was originally charged with five counts -- three counts of assault with deadly weapon, and one count of making terrorist threats.

Diddy is not entirely off the hook just yet -- he may be ordered to attend anger management classes or serve some equivalent punishment. But by and large, he's in the clear.