A University of Miami student accused of running a prostitution ring with other students reached a plea deal Friday.
Maury Noun, 21, and two other college students were arrested in March after an undercover operation.
During a court hearing, Noun agreed to the plea deal which includes a drug and alcohol abuse rehab program. He was also sentence to two years of house arrest and two years of probation. The 21-year-old requested to serve part of his sentence in New Jersey where his family lives.
Noun was at the helm of the prostitution ring with two young women working under him, police said. Samara Chapotin, a student at Florida International University, and Acacia Friedman were also charged after detectives busted the trio at a hotel in Coral Gables.
An undercover officer posed as a customer and struck a deal with Noun to have sex with two young women for $5,000 each, according to an arrest report. Both Chapotin and Friedman bonded out of jail after their arrests.