Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens has been cleared by an International Cricket Council anti-corruption tribunal..
Stevens, 37, was one of nine men charged in relation to corruption in last year's Bangladesh Premier League.
He played for Dhaka Gladiators in the 2013 BPL and, although he was not among those accused of spot-fixing or match-fixing, he was charged with failing to report an illegal approach.
Stevens, who stressed his innocence in an official statement released in conjunction with the Federation of International Cricketers' Association last year, had been facing a potential ban of between one and five years and appeared before a three-man tribunal in Bangladesh earlier this month.
A brief statement on the Kent website read: "Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens has today been cleared of two charges of failing to report a corrupt approach."