A Cairo misdemeanors court dismissed a lawsuit on Saturday accusing former vice president Mohamed ElBaradei of "breaching national trust."
The lawsuit was filed by a number of Egyptian lawyers after ElBaradei resigned from the vice presidency in protest of the violent dispersal of two sit-ins supporting former president Mohamed Morsi on 14 August.
Following Saturday's decision, ElBaradei criticised the "malicious and absurd lawsuits" filed against him.
"Are lies and hypocrisy becoming a hobby for some?" asked ElBaradei via Twitter.
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been subject to a smear campaign by a number of journalists and politicians who charge that his resignation was "unpatriotic" and accuse him of abandoning the government at a critical moment.
ElBaradei was recently accused by opponents of collaborating with the international Muslim Brotherhood organisation to sabotage the post-Morsi government.
However, no meetings between ElBaradei and members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been confirmed.