Two University of Miami students were arrested Wednesday as a part of a prostitution sting in Coral Gables, according to police reports.
A third person, who listed her occupation as a student on her arrest form and said she attended Florida International University on her Facebook page, was also arrested.
According to police, UM student Maury Noun, 21, negotiated a deal with an undercover officer posing as a man looking for a prostitute. He was negotiating a deal for his two female student friends to have sex with the officer.
Police say they agreed that Noun would receive $3,000 as a broker of the deal, an officer wrote in the arrest report.
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Noun met with the undercover officer at the restaurant at Hotel Colonnade Coral Gables, 180 Aragon Ave., according to his arrest report. He then directed his girls to a room after the officer paid the $3,000. Noun was arrested on charges including deriving proceeds from prostitution.
Meanwhile, UM student Acacia Friedman, 23 and Samara Charlotin, 19, the student connected to FIU, waited in a room and another man, also an undercover officer, came in. That officer handed over $5,000, according to the report.
“They both discussed sexual intercourse ‘going all the way’ without a condom,” an officer wrote.
Friedman was arrested and charged with prostitution. Charlotin was arrested on charges of prostitution, possession of a controlled substance and cannabis possession.
A spokeswoman for the University of Miami said she could not confirm whether Friedman or Noun were students and she couldn’t comment on the case because it was an open investigation.
A FIU spokeswoman said she wasn’t immediately able to confirm whether Charlotin was a student.
Kelly Denham, a Coral Gable police spokeswoman, said the sting was part of an “ongoing investigation,” and could not release more details.