No charges in Orlando Bloom crash, it has been confirmed.
Los Angeles officials have on Friday October 26th cleared the movie hunk of hit-and-run and drunken driving charges stemmed from an October 12th car crash that injured his two passengers.
Jane Robison, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles District Attorney's office, said it will not prosecute Bloom because of "insufficient evidence." "There was insufficient evidence he was trying to get away," Robison said in a statement.
In the D.A.'s Charge Evaluation Worksheet, it is stated that Bloom was being chased by paparazzi in four cars, two of which tried to cut him off. It said that after the wreck, Bloom walked about 60 feet (20 meters) to avoid photographers before then returned to the crash scene.
There was no evidence of alcohol or drug use.