The performer and two members of his entourage were taken into custody on July 3, following a confrontation with the Swedish capital on June 30.
Swedish lawyer Daniel Suneson told the court actor and two other men – David Rispers and Bladimir Corniel – attacked the victim by kicking and hitting him with the whole or part of a glass of glass as he lay on the ground.
A $ AP Rocky, who pleaded not guilty to the charges against him, argued that the trio were simply defending themselves.
He was not required to appear in court for Wednesday's decision.
In response, Löfven spokesman Mikael Lindström said in a statement to CNN at the time that "the Government has not been allowed, and will not try, to influence the legal proceedings, which are now ongoing."  Swedish officials repeatedly emphasize that the country's judiciary is "completely independent" and "irrespective of outside pressure from politicians or others."
"Hopefully we'll never get back to jail or anything like that, it'll be crazy," he told the audience at the Real Street Festival – his first public appearance since his release. "It's a very unpleasant event and I'm just trying to stay blessed."