Charges Dropped Against 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event WinnerPublished on 2013-10-14 22:26:00
According to TMZ.com (link below), solicitation charges against former World Series of Poker main event champion Greg Raymer have reportedly been dropped.
Raymer was arrested, along with five other men, in a prostitution sting in Wake Forest, North Carolina in March of 2013. Raymer was charged with soliciting a prostitute and "attempted crimes against nature".
The arrest came as a shock to many, as Raymer was thought by many to be a devoted family man with a squeaky clean image. This image was severely tarnished when Raymer was arrested and charged with multiple crimes.
Raymer later apologized for his actions.
According to TMZ, charges against Raymer were dropped after he completed 75 hours of community service and underwent a mental health assessment.
Source: TMZ.com - Prostitution Charges Dropped Against Poker Champ
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