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Brooklyn rapper Maino can finally breathe a sigh of relief as reports claim porn star Mellanie Monroe‘s assault accusations against him will fade to black.

According to reports, New York’s Manhattan district attorney will have all charges dropped Friday (March 6).

The Manhattan district attorney will drop all charges Friday against a platinum album-selling rapper who was accused of assault by an adult-film star during a night of partying in the Meatpacking District, sources told The Post. (Page Six)

Check out what Maino said about the attack claims on the next page…

Despite the serious allegations, Maino explained why he was not sweating over the negative press last November.

“Nothing, that’s why it ain’t even worth talking,” Maino said when asked about his publicized October arrest. “I don’t lose sleep over things that’s not true, you understand? We don’t talk about stuff that doesn’t deserve light. … Any time I’ve been accused of something, listen, on my life, I’ve always been 30 percent guilty. At least. If somebody said I’ve done something, I have done something. Never in my life until this time here have I been absolutely, 100 percent innocent. But that things about to get thrown out, it’s already halfway out the door.” (“The Breakfast Club”)

Maino also discussed why he still found himself in handcuffs despite knowing he’s innocent.

“The sad part about it is that particular situation, if a woman says that, you have to go through the process,” Maino added. “So it doesn’t matter. You could be walking down the street and a woman says, ‘[You] did this, this and that,’ they’ll come and arrest you and you have to go through the process. The truth will come out in the end. But you know what? People don’t hear the truth. In the paper it had already said she gave false stories.” (“The Breakfast Club”)

Details of the nasty attack surfaced online in mid-October.

The hip-hop star, whose real name is Jermaine Coleman, was in the car with porn actress Mellanie Monroe when she claims he started punching her and fled, according to law enforcement sources. The Bed-Stuy native, who had a hit single, “All the Above,” with T-Pain, was partying at the posh Griffin nightclub in downtown Manhattan on Monday with stars such as Ashanti and New York Knick J.R. Smith, a source said. (NY Post)