LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A civil lawsuit has been dropped against a former Disney TV executive accused of sexual assault.

The charges were dismissed Wednesday in a Hawaii court against David Neuman.

READ MORE: Fontana Softball Coach Osbaldo Gonzalez Arrested For Allegedly Molesting 3 Of His Players

Michael Egan initially filed lawsuits against Neuman, Bryan Singer, Garth Ancier and Gary Goddard in April.

Egan, 31, said he was sexually abused as a teen while attending parties as part of a Hollywood sex ring that gave young men alcohol and drugs and promised them acting roles.

Neuman filed a motion in May, asking for the case to be dismissed.

READ MORE: Petition Launched To Help Save Hollywood's Cinerama Dome

In the motion, he included a document from a different case in 2003 where Egan stated Neuman never acted improperly toward him.

Cases are still pending against the other three men.

RELATED STORIES:

‘X-Men’ Director’s Accuser Names 3 Other Executives Involved In Alleged Hollywood Sex Ring

MORE NEWS: Jauhar Tajuddin Shuaib Of Irvine Faces Hate Crime Charge After Allegedly Punching Woman, Hurling Racial Comments At Her

‘X-Men’ Director Bryan Singer Accused Of Sexual Abuse, Participating In Hollywood Sex Ring Involving Boys