Craig McLachlan was found not guilty of indecently assaulting his former co-stars while appearing at the Rocky Horror Show back in 2014, News.com.au reports.
The Australian star, 55, was initially charged with seven counts of indecent assault and six counts of common law assault against four women during production – charges he has always denied.
Magistrate Belinda Wallington ruled in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday morning that he was not guilty on all 13 charges.
McLachlan has sternly refuted all the accusations against him and has previously lodged his own case against his accusers.
He spoke out against the allegations in January 2018, and at the time revealed that he still had the support of his partner Vanessa Scammell, despite the allegations against his reputation.
“Does being cheeky and naughty equate with being a bully?” he said in an exclusive interview with The Daily Telegraph at the time. “No, it does not. By God I will fight this and the truth, the truth will come out.”
McLachlan is perhaps best known for appearing in Neighbours and Home and Away, as well as the BBC One spy drama Bugs. He also took the lead in The Doctor Blake Mysteries, for which he was nominated for the Logie Award for Best Actor in 2015, and Best Actor in 2016.