The former Catholic school principal accused of loitering for prostitution has been cleared.
Prosecutors in Louisville, Kentucky dropped the case because they say there was no evidence Paul Schum intended to commit prostitution.
Louisville police issued a citation against Schum the night before Halloween after observing him dressed as a woman.
The neighborhood he was found in is known for drug trafficking and prostitution.
Schum now says those closest to him supported him throughout the ordeal.
"The people who knows me were supportive of me," said Schum.
Schum also says he didn't let the situation get him down, and that he sees great things ahead in his life.