Grammy Award singer Paul Simon and his wife Edie Brickell won't be prosecuted on domestic violence charges following an argument the couple had last month, a state Superior court official said Tuesday.
A prosecutor decided to drop the domestic violence case against the singing couple, a clerk in state Superior Court in Norwalk told CNN.
Simon, 72, and Brickell, 47, were arrested on disorderly conduct charges by police investigating a family dispute at their New Canaan home on April 26, according to police. They were released from jail the next morning.
Like a Bridge Over Troubled Water, the couple apparently has patched up whatever long-term couples may experience and prosecutors agreed. If there aren't any further complaints or arrests in the next 13 months, the couple is free and clear and the charges will be erased from their records.