No charges were filed against the Good Charlotte singer, who addressed the situation on social media. "Sunday while I was at work, a hotel employee found a small amount of marijuana in my hotel room. The police were called and responded," he wrote on his Tumblr account, which he tweeted a link to. "Sydney is my adopted home and I appreciate the way the NSW police handled the situation. They have informed me there will be no charges. I hope this didn't cause too much drama for anyone."
Madden, who works as a coach on Australia's The Voice, was present when police searched his room, according to the paper. He was then asked to leave the hotel because of company policy.