Police arrested 28 people during an Atlantic City prostitution sting over the weekend, and Temple basketball player Khalif Wyatt was among them.
Wyatt allegedly solicited an undercover officer posing as a prostitute and was then apprehended after attempting to flee the scene. He has been charged with both engaging in prostitution and resisting arrest, according to Fox Philly.
Wyatt, a 6'4 guard who will be a senior at Temple in the fall, was the Owls' second-leading scorer in 2011-12 at 17.1 ppg. He earned second team All-Atlantic 10 honors as a junior last season, and finished fourth in the conference in scoring.
Wyatt is perhaps best known for his 22-point, five-steal performance in Temple's 78-73 upset of then-No. 3 Duke last January. With the game hanging in the balance, Wyatt hit back-to-back three-pointers to secure the huge non-conference win for the Owls.
Neither Wyatt nor a spokesperson from Temple have commented on this story.