Edwin cleared of prostitution charges

Seton Hall Athletics

Seton Hall Athletics


Former Seton Hall men’s basketball star Fuquan Edwin has been found not guilty on prostitution charges, according to SNY’s Adam Zagoria.

The charges stem from an arrest in July of 2015.

Edwin and former Rutgers University standout Myles Mack were among 13 people arrested in late July after being picked up in an undercover prostitution sting. Edwin and Mack allegedly offered to pay an enforcement officer posing as a prostitute.

Edwin is currently playing for Ironi Nes Ziona of the Israeli Premier League. He had played for the New Orleans Pelicans during the NBA Summer League prior to the arrest.


David Heim can be reached at david.heim@student.shu.edu or on Twitter @DavidHeim12.

Author: David Heim

David is a junior journalism major at Seton Hall University. Aside from being the sports editor of The Setonian, David is a producer for Pirate TV on its weekly sports talk show 'Hall Talk.' David is also a contributing writer for AFC East Daily, where he covers the New England Patriots, as well as GothamSN, where he covers the New York Yankees. David also covers the New York Jets for DoubleG and has written for Bleacher Report.

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