NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Alicia Guastaferro is off the hook for being a hooker.
A prostitution charge leveled against the Wife Swap star stemming from an incident last August in Pembroke, N.Y., was dropped on Tuesday, E! News has confirmed.
A rep for Pembroke Town Court tells E! News that the charge was dropped by the assistant district attorney in the "interest of justice."
The blond starlet, however, still faces charges from the same incident, including criminal impersonation, criminal possession and possession of a controlled substance.
Guastaferro, who appeared on Wife Swap in 2008, was busted on suspicion of prostitution in late August after police found the then-20-year-old and a 54-year-old man named James D. Doyle asleep in a car parked in a service area with its engine running and headlights on.
Doyle was charged with driving while intoxicated, providing alcohol to a person under 21 and patronizing a prostitute.
Guastaferro is due back in court March 12.
—Reporting by Baker Machado