4 new names added to Maine Zumba prostitution case

Associated Press

KENNEBUNK, Maine (AP) — Police have released four more names of men they believe paid for sex with a woman who's charged with using her Zumba dance studio as a front for prostitution.

Kennebunk police on Monday released the new names, bringing the total to at least 62. That includes 58 men identified by police and four who already pleaded guilty.

Accused clients include a former mayor, a former minister, a firefighter and a high school ice hockey coach.

They're accused of engaging the services of Zumba instructor Alexis Wright. She and her accused business partner have pleaded not guilty.

A lawyer who's seen the entire list says it contains more than 150 names. Police have been identifying them every other Friday but delayed last week's release because of the Thanksgiving holiday.

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