“The evidence continues to just be only the victim’s statement,” Findling said at the March bond hearing. “In these days if somebody makes an epically prejudicial statement … or commits a violent act, it’s all over YouTube before you can pronounce YouTube. But nothing surfaced in a week after the incident.”
Lettley’s attorney, Parag Y. Shah, did not respond to a request for comment Wednesday.
Davis has been in and out of trouble since rising to fame in 2005. Murder charges against him were dropped that same year, but he has been arrested more than a dozen times since on charges ranging from reckless driving to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.