Police investigated a possible threat against Kevin Federline earlier this year, but closed the case because of insufficient evidence, authorities said Monday.
The Los Angeles Police Department probed the allegations in June, but later determined there was not enough information to keep the investigation active, LAPD spokeswoman Norma Eisenman said.
“There is no current investigation,” Eisenman said.
The FBI’s Los Angeles field office received “nonspecific, uncorroborated allegations regarding a threat against Mr. Federline” and passed the information to the LAPD because it was not a federal matter, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said.
Eimiller declined to say when the FBI received the information and would not describe the threat.