Bill Cosby has dropped the last of the federal suits he filed against a woman accusing him of sexual assault. Cosby—who faces at least 50 sexual assault accusations by as many women—had claimed that Andrea Constand violated the terms of a settlement in a 2006 suit. Several others were named in his complaint, including Constand’s attorneys and American Media Inc., the publisher of the National Enquirer. Last week, U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno ruled that the 78-year-old cannot sue Constand for talking to investigators about the accusations, and on Thursday Cosby gave up the remainder of the suit, which he filed in February. Those claims included that Constand violated the confidentiality agreement via Twitter comments and through an interview she gave to the Toronto Sun.