Monday, July 23, 2007

Politician facing prostitution charges to miss meeting

By WCNC Staff

CONCORD, N.C. -- A Cabarrus County commissioner facing prostitution related charges will not attend Monday night's County Board meeting, according to a news release.

Coy Privette and Tiffany Summers were arrested Thursday. Investigators said Privette paid for sex with Summers six times in the last two months.

Privette's attorney sent the Cabarrus County Commision a statement Monday afternoon saying that his attendance may distract from the important issues the board had to discuss.

Privette, a former state legislator, has resigned as president of the Christian Action League, the group said.

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Wanna take a guess at which political party this guy represents? Could it be the Hypocritical Party? Another Bible-thumpin' defender of family values, too!

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