Prosecutors won't file criminal charges against actor Robert Downey Jr. in his latest drug arrest last month, despite forensic tests showing that he had cocaine in his system, Reuters reports.
A California Corrections Department spokesman said Monday the conditions of Downey's parole would be tightened but that officials were not planning to lock him up again. Downey remains on parole from a one-year prison stay that ended last August on a previous conviction for cocaine possession. He checked himself into a drug rehab center after his most recent arrest in Los Angeles.
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