Royal pardon for Saudi rape victim
A Saudi newspaper reported on Monday that the 19-year-old's sentence and a six-month jail term had been quashed.
The girl's sentencing had triggered international outrage.
The girl, who was 18 at the time of the rape, was originally sentenced to 90 lashes in October 2006 for being alone with the man - which is against the Saudi's strict interpretation of Islamic law.
The rapists were sentenced to between one and five years.
The Supreme Judicial Council increased the girl's sentence to 200 lashes and six months in jail last month after she appealed, saying she had attempted "to aggravate and influence the judiciary through the media".
The rapists also had their sentences increased to between two and nine years in November.