staff and news service reports
updated 10/21/2011 6:29:09 PM ET 2011-10-21T22:29:09

A man who pleaded guilty three years ago to providing cocaine to former South Carolina Treasurer Thomas Ravenel has been charged with trespassing after being caught having sex in a Charleston museum, authorities said.

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The Post and Courier of Charleston reports that 29-year-old Michael L. Miller and a 22-year-old woman were arrested around 3 a.m. Oct. 14 at The Charleston Museum after police responded to an alarm and found them in a compromising position inside.

Police say the couple told them they met at a nearby bar and went inside the museum after noticing an unlocked door.

According to the police report, the man was completely naked and the woman was partially clothed, apparently unaware that her underwear was attached to the bottom of her shoe, WCSC-TV reported.

Officers said the woman "appeared to be enjoying the act."

Reached by email on Thursday, Miller told the Post and Courier, "What can I say, I get around."

Prosecutors say Miller has completed his probation from his 10-month sentence for providing cocaine to Ravenel, so he won't face additional penalties in that case. Ravenel's political career ended with his 2007 arrest, and he also was sentenced to 10 months.

The Associated Press and staff contributed to this report.


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