Keyshia Cole is one lucky woman. The R&B songstress will not be prosecuted for allegedly pummeling a woman inside Birdman's Los Angeles-area condo in September.

If you recall, Cole reportedly attacked Sabrina Mercadel, an employee of Cash Money Records, after seeing her in Birdman's home. The victim, who claims the attack was unprovoked, was left with scratches on her face and injuries to her neck and back. Mercadel has since filed a restraining order against the singer.

According to TMZ, the L.A. City Attorney's Office doesn't want to take the case to trial. Instead they'd rather talk to the combatants and give Cole a stern warning not to do it again.

However, prosecutors are thinking of sending the 'Love Letter' singer to anger management classes.

To date, neither Cole nor Mercadel has opened up about the assault to the media.

We hope that Cole takes the prosecution's proposed offer because jail wouldn't be a good look for her. Plus, it would derail her upcoming tour with K. Michelle next year.