The domestic violence case against the 'CSI' star's Spanish girlfriend has been dismissed on Tuesday, April 6 after prosecutors learned the actual event.
Charges against Gary Dourdan's girlfriend have been dropped. Maria Asis del Alamo was arrested on March 16 at his Venice, C.A. home when a neighbor heard disturbing noises from the house. The case was dismissed as a big misunderstanding.
TMZ, which was also the first to report the March incident, said that it was simply a loud sex noise that the neighbor mistook as domestic violence. The neighbor called the police who later noticed a scratch on Gary's neck. Maria was immediately arrested on cuff despite Gary's protest, taken to the station and booked on misdemeanor domestic battery.
Maria was later freed on bail and the trial was held this month. Prosecutors found that the noise was none other than the sound of love and thus laid the case to rest.
Gary Dourdan is best known as Warrick Brown on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation". His character was killed in 2008 when he did not want to extend the contract.