Corey Feldman has been cleared of the sexual battery charges placed against him.

The 46-year-old actor was allegedly named last month in a police report filed by an unnamed woman who claimed the star had grabbed her bottom during an incident which she said took place in February last year.

However, Corey's attorney Perry Wander has now revealed the case against 'The Goonies' star has been dropped, after the Los Angeles City Attorney's office ''rejected'' the woman's criminal complaint.

In a statement to The Blast, Perry said: ''After a comprehensive investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles City Attorney's office rejected the filing of a criminal complaint against my client Corey Feldman.''

The 'Gremlins' actor is said to be pleased with the decision to throw out the charges placed against him, and his attorney insisted the star has ''long been a vocal advocate against sexual harassment and abuse, and has maintained his innocence and now is vindicated.''

Last month, the unnamed woman had filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department where she stated that the alleged incident took place on February 4 2017, but gave no further details.

It comes after the actor has been embroiled in his own fight against ''predators'' in Hollywood, as he has repeatedly claimed to have been the victim of child molestation in the 80s.

Corey recently turned to Indiegogo to raise the funds to turn his New York Times best-selling autobiography, 'Coreyography', into a movie, which he's promised will expose pedophilia within the American movie business.

Corey hopes that the second tranche of money will be used to finish the film's script, and to determine the production schedule and budget.

Of his crowdfunding campaign, Corey wrote on Twitter: ''U KNOW THAT THIS CAMPAIGN, THIS FILM, & THIS CAUSE IS OF THE GREATEST SIGNIFICANCE & I AM FILLING A TALL ORDER IN TAKING IT ALL ON. MANY OF U HAV PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME, & INVESTED YOUR HARD EARNED TIME & $ INTO HELPING THIS CAUSE! I WILL NEVER LET U DOWN! (sic)''