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Justin Roiland, co-creator of "Rick and Morty," has been cleared of domestic violence charges.
The charges were filed against Roiland by his ex-wife.
Roiland denied the allegations and filed a motion to dismiss the charges.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge granted Roiland's motion to dismiss the charges.
The charges were dismissed due to a lack of evidence.
Roiland has released a statement expressing his relief
Roiland's ex-wife has not released a statement regarding the dismissal of the charges.
Roiland has been active in the entertainment industry for many years
"Rick and Morty" is one of the most popular animated series of recent years
The show has been renewed for multiple seasons, ensuring its continued success for years to come.