E! is closing an investigation into allegations against Ryan Seacrest due to insufficient evidence, according to Deadline.

The complaint against the former E! News host became public in November through Seacrest himself. A stylist Seacrest worked with a decade ago came forward claiming he had acted inappropriately toward her. “Recently, someone that worked as a wardrobe stylist for me nearly a decade ago at E! News, came forward with a complaint suggesting I behaved inappropriately toward her,” the host and producer said then. “If I made her feel anything but respected, I am truly sorry.”

E! then opened an investigation into the complaint, which is now closed because the claim could not be substantiated. “E! has now concluded the investigation into allegations regarding Ryan Seacrest,” a network spokesperson said in a statement. “The investigation, conducted by outside counsel, found insufficient evidence to support the claims against Seacrest and therefore could not be substantiated. E! is committed to providing a safe working environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity.”

A source told Deadline that the accuser wanted a “substantial amount of money to keep quiet,” but Seacrest refused and then went public with the claim. “I dispute these reckless allegations and I plan to cooperate with any corporate inquiries that may result,” he said in a statement at the time. “I treat all my colleagues with kindness, dignity, and understanding, as this is a principle that’s core to who I am. Throughout my 25 years in the entertainment industry, the majority of my co-workers have been women, and I’ve endeavored to foster a positive work environment of mutual respect and courtesy, as that’s how I believe it should be. I’m distraught that anyone or any situation would call that into question. I’m proud of my workplace reputation, and believe my track record will speak for itself. I’m an advocate for women. I will continue to support their voices.”

Seacrest will be hosting the new American Idol show debuting on ABC on March 11.