Tyrese Gibson is no longer being investigated for child abuse.
A source close to the Fast & Furious star tells ET that the Department of Children and Family Services has dropped its investigation, after his ex-wife, Norma Gibson's, request for a restraining order alleging he abused their daughter. DCFS investigations are protocol in situations where child abuse has been alleged.
In August, Norma -.- who has been divorced from Tyrese since 2009 -- alleged in court documents that Tyrese hit and beat their daughter to the ground. Tyrese says the allegations are false.
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Following the news, Tyrese took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal he was taking a trip out of "toxic" Los Angeles following his recent meltdowns on social media.
"I hope and pray that all of this toxic bulls**t goes away soon," the 38-year-old actor wrote. "I’m a positive father aka person who loves to laugh and inspire - I️ have a gift and that’s to connect to and with people."
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Tyrese has since shared that he's in London, meditating and practicing yoga to deal with the turmoil in his life, which also includes a feud with his Fast costar Dwayne Johnson.
ET caught up with the actor on Thursday outside the courthouse where he got emotional over the custody battle over his 10-year-old daughter.
"They call me crazy, they said I'm having mental meltdowns on the internet -- I am," Tyrese told ET's Kevin Frazier. "Because... you're judging me because you still get to go home to your daughter. I don't have my baby."
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"Listen to me, if she doesn't wrap this up," he added, "this nightmare's not gonna end, my baby's not home."
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