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Kennebunk, Maine

In Zumba prostitution case, now 62 accused clients

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The number of accused clients in a high-profile prostitution case in Maine now stands at 62 with the release of four more names by Kennebunk police Monday. Four men have already pleaded guilty. Accused clients previously identified by police include a former mayor, a former minister, a firefighter, and a high school ice hockey coach. They are accused of engaging the services of Alexis Wright, a 29-year-old Zumba instructor. She and her alleged business partner have pleaded not guilty. A lawyer who has seen the entire list says it contains more than 150 names. (AP)

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