A Brit women who accused a gynaecologist of sexually assaulting her has withdrawn the case and paid the doctor 30,000 pounds as legal costs.
Bibi Giles, 50, had claimed that Angus Thomson, 40, exploited her sexually and gave her two "leg buckling orgasms" while checking her after a surgery.
She also alleged that Thompson pressed her into having a fling with him.
Giles had come to Thomson, a consultant gynaecologist from Droitwich Spa, Worcs, after a 16-year history of medical problems.
However, it was revealed that Giles had sent explicit messages to the gynaecologist, including one where she asked him to christen her with his "Angus beef sausage".
The case completely turned in favour of Thompson when Giles' former GP, Dr William Dowley, revealed medical notes taken when he was treating her from 2002-2004.
During the hearing, Christina Lambert QC, Thomson's lawyer called Dr Dowley "in respect of invites and conversations between him and Mrs Giles".
She said the evidence showed that Giles had wanted a relationship with Dr Dowley.
"Mrs Giles had reported to him that there had been a previous relationship above and beyond a doctor patient relationship," the Telegraph quoted Lambert, as saying.
Judge Daniel Pearce-Higgins told the court that Giles had decided to withdraw the case.
He said: "Life would have been much easier if Mrs Giles had admitted this incident at the start of the case. She has got form. She has pestered a doctor in the past.
"This has the effect of fully exonerating him and he leaves with his professional integrity intact."
"He has no doubt learnt there are no doubt limits to the compassion and concern in dealing with his patients," Judge Pearce-Higgins added.
After the ruling Thompson said: "The allegations Mrs Giles made are completely untrue and are some of the most serious that a doctor can be accused of and threatened to ruin my career and reputation.
"I am therefore enormously relieved and delighted that this case has been concluded with my complete exoneration.
He added: "I am able to return to work on Monday with my professional reputation intact."