Harvey Weinstein is in the clear.
The production mogul will not face any criminal charges after a 22-year-old model accused him of groping her last month at New York City's Tribeca Film Center, where the Weinstein Company co-founder keeps an office.
"This case was taken seriously from the outset, with a thorough investigation conducted by our Sex Crimes Unit," Manhattan District Attorney's Office spokeswoman Joan Vollero tells E! News in a statement. "After analysing the available evidence, including multiple interviews with both parties, a criminal charge is not supported."
Weinstein was questioned by police about the allegations over the weekend of March 28. He was never arrested or otherwise detained.
At the time, his rep said in a statement that they were "cooperating fully with authorities" and were confident that the producer of Shakespeare in Love and Gangs of New York would be "fully vindicated."
Weinstein, 63, is once-divorced and has been married to his second wife, Marchesa co-founder Georgina Chapman, since 2007.