Florida college students, Acacia Friedman and Samara Charlotin are busted in $10K college prostitute sting along with their student pimp, Maury Noun.
Making their appearance in the tabloid sweepstakes are Florida college students, Acacia Friedman, 23, and Samara Charlotin, 19, after a third fellow college student, Maury Noun, 21, unwittingly brokered the females upcoming paid sexual rendezvous with an undercover cop. For $10K.
The female students were arrested come Wednesday after Friedman and Charlotin made their way to their ‘meet’ at the four star Colonnade Hotel in Coral Gables.
Noun, their pimp, was arrested at a separate location soon after.
According to NBC South Florida the $10 000 prostitution fee, didn’t include unprotected sex. An additional fee would have to be paid if the ‘John’ wished to ‘indulge’ in that ‘courtesy’ service.
Upon their arrest, Charlotin and Friedman were arraigned on a slew of prostitution charges while Noun was booked with deriving support from prostitution, aiding or abetting prostitution and directing another to prostitution.
Charlotin was also charged with drug possession after cops found marijuana and Oxycodone pills on her.
Friedman attends the University of Miami together with Noun, while Charlotin goes to the nearby Florida International University.
Facebook profiles belonging to the three college students feature numerous photos of them drinking, smoking and hanging out at the beach. Naturally.
Read one recent photo caption on Noun’s Facebook wall as the student is pictured smoking a cigarette while riding a scooter, ‘Currently enrolled in the prestigious University of Miami’.
Of note, Charlotin maintained an active Ask.fm page where she was regularly bombarded with questions about sex and sexuality. When asked if she would have sex with another female, Charlotin repied, ‘Maybe.’ Charlotin also explains her ethnicity saying her mother is Indian and Jamaican while her father is Haitian.
During a court appearance on Thursday, Charlotin told Judge Mindy Glazer that she’s pursuing a degree in biology along with minoring in criminal justice. Indeed.
‘You’re a smart girl, if you want to live to see age 20, you need to find a new line of employment,’ Glazer told the teenager.
‘A very risky thing you were doing, for somebody with a lot of potential such as yourself.’