Ex-Princeton Employee Tries to Clear Prostitution Charge

A former employee accused of having sex with a prostitute inside Princeton University's bookstore has entered a court program to try to clear his record.

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    A former employee accused of having sex with a prostitute inside Princeton University's bookstore has entered a court program to try to clear his record.

    Charges of theft and soliciting prostitution against 23-year-old Eric Everett will be dropped if he successfully completes pretrial intervention.

    Mercer County Prosecutors Office spokeswoman Casey DeBlasio tells The Times of Trenton that Everett will have to pay $700 in restitution, complete 40 hours of community service and stay out of trouble for a year.
     
    Authorities said Everett solicited the woman online and they had sex in the store at least three times. Police said they stole food each time and that triggered the investigation.
     
    The university owns the building, but the school doesn't operate it.
     
    Everett and the woman are not Princeton students.