Charges to be dropped against model who danced naked in Times Square: DA

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TIMES SQUARE, Manhattan — Charges against a model who danced naked in Times Square for nearly an hour in June will be dropped, Manhattan District Attorney confirmed on Friday.

Krit McClean, 21, was charged with indecent exposure after he was discovered standing and dancing on the TKTS Discount Broadway Ticket Booth's stairs around 7:40 a.m. on June 30.

He allegedly spit at officers and screamed about Donald Trump during the hourlong ordeal, according to police.

Several Periscope videos were posted throughout the 8 a.m. hour showing McClean baring it all, dancing, and walking between officers.

It took at least a dozen officers, patrol cruisers and FDNY officials at the scene to get McClean off the platform. He fell and missed the large airbag underneath.

The model was transported to the hospital and received a psych evaluation, according to police.

McClean was signed with Ford Models and has appeared on the cover of Harper's Bazaar Men and GQ Style. It's unclear if he is still with the modeling agency.

The Bangkok native native grew up in New York City and is currently on a "gap year" from Columbia University.

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