Charges against broadcaster Teddy Bart stemming from his alleged involvement in a prostitution sting earlier this year were dismissed last month.
According to the Criminal Court Clerk's Web site, the case against the 73-year-old television host was dismissed June 9 with Bart paying only court costs.
Bart, along with eight others, was charged in three Internet-related stings held in late February and early March.
The nine men allegedly came to area hotels in response to an Internet advertisement featuring a female police operative. They were issued misdemeanor citations after allegedly agreeing to pay the operative for sexual activity."
Bart is a longtime staple on Nashville television, hosting the popular The Noon Show on WSMV-Channel 4. He co-hosted Teddy Bart's Roundtable, a radio talk show that focused on politics.