2 more accused clients named in Maine prostitution case


Police in Maine have identified two more men accused of paying for sex with a woman who allegedly used her Zumba dance studio as a front for prostitution. Sixty-four men have been charged in Kennebunk with engaging a prostitute, and many more are expected to face charges. A lawyer who has seen the client list said it contains more than 150 names. Police Lieutenant Anthony Bean Burpee said only two names were released Friday because suspects are hiring lawyers and canceling interviews with investigators.

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