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Maryland Asst Basketball Coach Bruce Shingler Arrested for Paying $80 to Undercover Hooker

University of Maryland men’s basketball assistant coach Bruce Shingler is now facing prostitution-related charges and has been suspended for 30 days. According to NY Post, he has been charged with two counts of procuring or soliciting or offering to procure or solicit prostitution ​​in October.

University of Maryland men’s basketball assistant coach Bruce Shingler was hit with a 30-day suspension, the school announced Wednesday night, following an October arrest on charges of soliciting a prostitute.

According to the documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun, Shingler, 40, responded to a website advertisement for “women seeking men,” which was posted by an undercover detective for a Prince George’s County police special assignment team.

On Oct. 14, the detective that posted the ad received a text from Shingler, the documents state, and eventually told the coach to contact her when he arrived at a Holiday Inn in Largo.

According to court documents, Shingler confirmed he wanted to engage in sex upon entering the hotel room, and exchanged a fee of $80. When Shingler gave the detective the money, she alerted the arrest team.

I am still trying to see where the crime is here?

Similar to weed, as long as you aren’t engaged in human trafficking or being forced against your will, I don’t think escorting, and prostitution should be illegal.

If two consenting adults agree on an exchange for sex for money, that should be legal.

This is entrapment in my mind. The coach was just answering an ad. There are tons of ads like that out there in the world.

It isn’t like he was hitting the corners just asking any woman for sex for $80. Keep your head up, coach. This is just the man trying to hold you down.

Flip the pages for a news video about his arrest and how he was set up. The suspension is a bit much. They have done less for coaches who get DUIs.

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