Chris Brown
Chris Brown's gun charges may be dropped. Pictured: Chris Brown at Power 105.1's Powerhouse 2014 at Barclays Center on Oct. 30, 2014 in New York City. Getty Images/Brad Barket

Chris Brown has had a tough time with the law in the past, but the “Loyal” singer will most likely not face any charges regarding his most recent incident, which allegedly involved a gun.

According to TMZ, sources close to the investigation say cops have been unable to move forward with the case because the district attorney is “unimpressed with the evidence” presented by the police. The case was originally supposed to be submitted to prosecutors two weeks ago, the but the D.A. pushed the date back citing a lack of evidence.

Brown, 27, was arrested on Aug. 30 following a stand-off with police after a woman named Baylee Curran said the singer threatened her at gunpoint in his home. While guns were found at the scene, it is believed that cops can’t tie the weapons to Brown. Authorities are also having a tough time believing Curran’s claims. It’s reported that her media rounds made after the alleged incident have hurt her case.

While the D.A. is most likely through with the case, cops could take it to the Los Angeles City Attorney for misdemeanor assault prosecution but that is also unlikely to work out.

As for Brown, the case forced him to cancel shows in Japan last week after the country denied him entrance due to the country’s low-tolerance for allowing visitors with a criminal background and open cases. While Brown has remained quiet during the investigation, only saying, “Yo, all this bulls----, everything going on, I’m just going to turn the other cheek and drop some music,” the singer is now selling t-shirts that read “This B---- Lyin.” Brown is also getting back to releasing new music and recently teamed up with Bryson Tiller on the song “Keep You In Mind.”