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UGA professor charged with running brothel by Gwinnett Co Police

June 8, 2012

A University of Georgia German professor was arrested Thursday for prostitution, authorities say. UGA German professor Max Reinhart of 266 Springdale St. in Athens, was arrested Thursday in Gwinnett County on charges of prostitution and keeping a house of prostitution. Max Reinhart, 65, was charged with prostitution and running a house of prostitution, according to Gwinnett County jail records.

http://www.ajc.com/news/gwinnett/uga-professor-charged-with-1454499.html

Last year the good professor raked in $87,000 in salary from UGA and another $3000 in travel expenses.

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