Samuels, 31, was charged for his part in a spiteful on-field altercation with legendary Test superstar Shane Warne at the MCG on January 6.
He was severely reprimanded for throwing his bat at Warne rather than suspended or fined when authorities ruled that Samuels had reacted under "extreme provocation" from the high profile Australian great.
The West Indies and Melbourne Renegades all-rounder was charged with throwing his bat at Warne at the hieght of their vicious confrontation.
Samuels was also on report for breaching code of behavious codes after he grabbed Stars batsman David Hussey as he attemped a second run at the bolwers end.
A charge against Samuels for man-handling Hussey was dismissed.
Another charge against Adelaide Strikers and South Australian coach Darren Berry for abuse toward Samuels before a separate match, was also dismissed on Monday.
Samuels is understood to have argued that his gesture with Hussey was "in fun and good nature" in the high octane emotions of a typically sensitive Twenty20 match atmosphere.
Hussey, through a telephone hook-up into Australian cricket headquarters, is believed to have concurred with Samuels.
Hussey also made a clear point that he had not intended to make a second run when Samuels gestured to prevent the Stars batsman taking off.
Hussey told the tribunal hearing that he is a "good friend" of Samuels and the incident was in a nature of "fun" between two cricketers that know and play against each other often.
Samuels was charged under cricket's code of behaviour conduct and for bringing the game into disrepute, especially in that he threw his bat in the direction of Warne after their unsavoury altercation.
His judicial hearing had been postponed until Samuels had recovered enough from serious facial injuries he suffered in the same match just a few overs Warne grabbed his jumper.
Warne was fined $4500 and banned for one-match for his aggressive role in the heated exchange with Samuels, within 24 hours of their unsavoury confrontation.
Samuels had to wait until he was medically fit enough to confront his judicial hearing as he recovered from a nasty hit inot the face from a sharp bouncer bowled by Sri Lanka and Stars speedster Lasith Malinga.
Samuels was bed-ridden for almost two weeks after suffering two fractures in eye socket when the Malinga bouncer crashed through the wire grille in his helmet.