A Miami Herald reporter was arrested late Friday on charges that he solicited a prostitute in Miami, police said.
Oscar Corral, 32, a veteran Metro reporter for the newspaper, was one of 13 people busted in a prostitution operation in the Flagami neighborhood shortly before midnight, Sgt. Albert Pacheco said.
Corral, who covers Miami’s Cuban community, was arrested and issued a notice to appear in court. He was charged with soliciting to commit prostitution, a second-degree misdemeanor.
”I’m innocent,” Corral said Monday. “I look forward to having my name cleared in court.”
His defense will be, obviously, that he was “working” on an exposé…