Bucky Covington can put his legal woes behind him. The former 'American Idol' contestant faced grand theft charges after a June 30 gig in Ormond Beach, Fla., when the concert promoter accused the singer-songwriter and his twin brother and sister-in-law of walking away with more than $1500 in proceeds from the show. But now, a judge has ruled that the accusations were lacking credibility, and has dropped all charges.

"After a review of the information and evidence presented, the prosecutor determined that there was insufficient evidence to prove the charges against Mr. Covington beyond a reasonable doubt at trial," the Florida State Attorney General's Office stated (quote via USA Today).

The 33-year-old wasted no time vehemently denying the allegations. "It's absolutely and completely false," Bucky insisted. "The promoter didn't have his fingers together. He did not pay people. I didn't get paid ... This is just a paint job gone bad."

Now that the North Carolina native can take the lawsuit off his mind, he can focus on his music career. He is spending much of the next few months on the road, juggling concerts with putting the finishing touches on a new album. Keep track of Bucky's tour schedule here.

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