Though the police are working to gather evidence on the case,
Rihanna has so far not come forward to press charges against Brown.
"We do not have enough evidence and there have been no charges
filed on the Chris Brown case," Contactmusic quoted a spokesman for
Los Angeles district
attorney's office as telling In Touch magazine.
But the spokesman is adamant they will seek justice - even if Rihanna doesn''t appear in court to testify. "If the state gathers up enough evidence, we will press charges with or without her testifying. It is not up to the victim.
She will not have to show up during the arraignment," he added.