A man who says Kevin Spacey groped him in 2016 has dropped the civil action he filed against the actor last week.
The alleged victim’s lawyer said his client had filed papers on 3 July to dismiss the suit voluntarily.
There was no word of any possible settlement or any other reason to explain why the case was suddenly dropped.
The civil case was dismissed with prejudice, meaning Spacey’s accuser cannot refile the case later.
The man had been seeking unspecified damages over Spacey’s alleged “explicit sexual behaviour” at The Club Car restaurant in Nantucket.
Prosecutors last year filed a related criminal case against Spacey, who has denied the man’s claims.
The two-time Oscar winner pleaded not guilty to one count of felony indecent assault and battery at a hearing in January.