Actresses Nina Dobrev, Sara Canning, Kayla Ewell and Candice Accola were arrested along with photographer Tyler Shields and extra Krystal Vayda during a photoshoot in Georgia. Motorists told law enforcement officials that the women were dangling off a bridge and flashing drivers during the incident.
The disorderly conduct charges have now been dropped after the stars forfeited their bond, Radar Online reports.
"The girls did not show up. They each forfeited the cash bond of $500 that they paid for the bonding company," a Monroe County court spokeswoman said.
"It's over, they forfeited $500 and Judge Geoffrey Davis dismissed the case since they forfeited the bond. He is not issuing a warrant; it's over since the county got the money from the bonding company.
"All six people failed to appear so they each forfeited $500 for a total of $3000."
A spokesperson for Shields said that the photographer had "no intention" of asking the actresses to aid him in recouping monies he lost during the shoot, adding: "He did the gentlemanly thing by posting the bail in the first place so that they could all be released quickly after they were charged."
It was previously reported that Ewell had denied that she had exposed her breasts to motorists during the incident.