NBA Star Ja Morant will not face any charges for a social media video in which he appears waving a gun at a nightclub.

Police Colorado announced that it has closed its investigation. Memphis Grizzlies Apologizing for his behavior, the player was suspended by his team.

The Glendale Police Department has launched an investigation into the incident that occurred at a strip club called Shotgun Willie’s in suburban Denver.

Department in a statement on Wednesday “Failed to determine that there was a probable cause to bring any charges.”

“In this case, it should be noted that on the night in question the GPD did not receive any service calls regarding weapons of any kind in the nightclub.” GPD said in a statement..

“Afterwards, no disturbances were reported and no citizens or club bosses came forward to complain.

“The investigation also concluded that no one had been threatened or threatened with a firearm and in fact no firearms were found.”

Following the police announcement, the team announced that Morant would be out of the team for at least four more games.

After the incident on Friday night, Morant made a statement saying he “did a little bit” from basketball.

“I take full responsibility for what I did last night. I’m sorry to disappoint you, my family, teammates, coaches, fans, partners, the city of Memphis and the entire Grizzlies organization.

“I will take some time to get help and work to learn better methods of coping with stress and my overall health.”

The NBA has also opened its own investigation for violating league policy to buy a gun on team road trips.

The incident came a day later. story Washington post Claiming to punch a 17-year-old boy during a casual game at Morant’s home in Memphis.

A security guard at a Memphis-area mall also claimed that Morant threatened him during an incident with the athlete’s mother.