Off the hook: The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office has declined to press charges against Anthony Anderson for an alleged 2017 assault.
This particular allegation against Spacey involved an adult man who accused Spacey of sexually assaulting him in West Hollywood in October of 1992.
The Los Angeles District Attorney's Hollywood sex crimes task force has announced today that they'll not be charging Kevin Spacey, Steven Seagal or Anthony Anderson with sexual assault.
The statute of limitations has also reportedly passed for Seagal's case, and the reporting party declined to be interviewed for the case against Anderson.
The statute of limitations reportedly passed in the Spacey and Seagal cases, whereas Anderson's alleged victim "refused to cooperate with investigators", according to Variety.
The task force declined to prosecute because the statute of limitations in force at the time expired in 1999. He strongly denied the allegation.
The two-time Oscar victor has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 15 men, with alleged incidents spanning his decades in film and on the stage.
The case for the action-movie star Seagal, who was accused of assaulting an 18-year-old acquaintance in 1993, was also abandoned on the same grounds.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department investigated a claim that Spacey committed forcible sodomy in October of 1992, which came to light after he was sacked by Netflix over sexual misconduct allegations.
Spacey was artistic director at London's The Old Vic theatre between 2004 and 2015.
United Kingdom police are also looking into several accusations against the actor.
As the number of accusations escalated, Netflix cut Spacey from his lead role in the award-winning series House of Cards.