Former Olympian arrested in St. Paul in prostitution sting

A former Olympic skier who is now running for parks commissioner in the west metro area was arrested in St. Paul. Police told the Pioneer Press that 43-year-old Matthew Laue was cited last week for a misdemeanor charge of soliciting a prostitute.
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Former Olympian Matthew Laue, 43, who is a candidate running for the nonpartisan Three Rivers Park District, District 3, has been cited on a charge of soliciting prostitution, the Pioneer Press reports. He was arrested during an undercover sting last week in which police posted an online ad offering erotic services.

Laue was a member of the U.S. Olympic Nordic combined skiing team in 1992 and 1994, WCCO reports:

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