The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday that actors Kevin Spacey, Steven Seagal and Anthony Anderson would not be criminally charged based on separate sexual misconduct claims made against each of them, The Los Angeles Times reports. The office said allegations against Spacey, for a 1992 incident in West Hollywood, and Seagal, for an alleged 1993 rape in Beverly Hills, were “beyond the statute of limitations.” Anderson, prosecutors said, would not be charged due to “insufficient evidence.” A woman who reported to police that the Black-ish star had “raped and sexually abused” her this year then reportedly “refused to cooperate” with police. Anderson has “unequivocally disput[ed]” the women's claim. Spacey is facing multiple investigations in the United States and London for other acts of alleged sexual misconduct. Seagal has faced multiple sexual assault allegations over the years.