Criminal charges against Kanye West and his manager Don Crowley have officially been dropped, after the pair fulfilled their community service obligations.
According to TMZ.com, West and Crowleys attorneys appeared in a Los Angeles court this morning (January 29) and provided proof that the pair worked 50 hours at the Red Cross and completed an anger management class.
The rapper and his managers attorneys struck a deal with a judge to dismiss the charges if they successfully completed the court mandated services.
West and Crowley were hit with criminal charges after they smashed two photographers camera equipment during an altercation inside of LAX on September 11, 2008.
They were originally charged with vandalism, battery and grand theft but all charges have officially been dismissed.