Kevin Spacey was found not guilty of claims of sexual misconduct towards the "Star Trek: Discovery" actor.
The $40 million court case was dismissed by Judge Lewis Kaplan after failure to prove the older star had indeed touched a sexual or intimate body part
The accused star will play the voice role of antagonist in the movie "Control," written and directed by Gene Fallaize from Cupsogue Pictures.
Produced by Adam Southwick and Emily Hasseldine, Spacey will wrap up recording his lines soon, while shooting starts early next year at Camberwell Studios.
Fallaize stated that he was a fan of the actor while growing up and wrote the script with him in mind.
The Blast shared that the case began in 2020 and ended after almost two hours of deliberations.
Although he won the case in New York, he still faces sexual abuse allegations from three men in the U.K.
The star tearfully admitted to making a false apology to the 51-year-old because his former publicist Staci Wolfe advised him to.
He listened to the advice because he thought it would help avoid more issues or look like a victim blamer.