The motion filed against Facebook by the Winklevoss twins last month was dismissed in court today.
Reuters reports that a U.S. District Judge dismissed the motion filed last month, which claimed Facebook "intentionally or inadvertently suppressed evidence" during the Winklevoss twins' first suit against the massive social network and its co-founder.
The day before that motion was filed, the Winklevoss twins and their partner, Divya Narendra, dropped their long-running legal dispute with Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, accepting a $65 million settlement versus trying to get the case.
In a statement given to Reuters, the Winklevoss' lawyer said the court's judgment was "expected."
The twins and Narendra, classmates of Zuckerberg while attending Harvard, claimed in a 2008 lawsuit that Zuckerberg stole their idea for a social-networking site they called ConnectU. (The conflict was depicted in the," released in 2010.) The trio accepted a $65 million settlement from Facebook and Zuckerberg in exchange for dropping all further litigation against the site but later said the settlement was based on an .
Facebook, which is now reportedly worth more than $100 billion, rejected their claims, saying that the Winklevosses and Narendra received their fair share. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appealsin April, upholding the 2008 settlement. That led the Winklevosses and Narendra to announce their intention to .
CNET News editor Steven Musil contributed to this report.