Earlier this year the X Men Director and producer was accused of sexually abusing Michael Egan.
The second case was brought against the director by a British man, who accused Singer of forcing sexual acts upon him at the age of 17 – despite the age of consent in the UK being 16-years-old.
However the charges brought by the unnamed man had been withdrawn and yesterday were ‘dismissed with prejudice’ by the court.
Bryan Singer’s legal rep, Marty Singer, said, ‘We are pleased the case was dismissed.’
Bryan Singer is still the subject on an ongoing suit with Egan. Bryan Singer has called the ‘absurd.’
Egan is looking for more than $75,000 in damages for each of the charges – which are listed as battery, assault, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.