Kevin Spacey will not be charged over a sexual assault accusation from 1992, prosecutors have announced, as it falls outside of California's statue of limitations.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney declined to file sexual assault charges against the actor on Tuesday.
The case, involving an adult male, was presented to Los Angeles prosecutors in April and had been under review.
The nature and origin of the accusation were not disclosed.
The district attorney also announced that it had declined to file sexual misconduct charges against Steven Seagal and Anthony Anderson.
In the case of Seagal the district attorney's office also cited the state's statute of limitations, while a victim who accused Anderson refused to cooperate with investigators.
The cases were reviewed by a task force established to evaluate sex abuse allegations in the entertainment industry in the wake of dozens of women accusing disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein and others of abuse amid the nationwide #MeToo movement.
The Los Angeles District Attorney's office said in August that it was reviewing a second sexual assault accusation against Spacey, but declined to give details. The case is still under review.