Kennebunk is an upscale town in the state of Maine. The last thing the residents of Kennebunk expected to hear was that their local Zumba studio was being used as a brothel. Allegedly, the fitness instructor, Alexis Wright, and her business partner, Mark Strong, were using the studio to run a prostitution business.
Wright's and Strong's Charges
Wright has been charged with "106 counts of prostitution, violation of privacy, tax evasion" among other charges. Strong has been charged with "59 counts of promotion of prostitution and violation of privacy." Both Wright and Strong have pleaded not guilty to all these charges.
As if news of this isn’t bad enough, the police will soon release the names of the individuals who used Wright's alleged services. Many families will be torn apart once this list comes out.
What are the Repercussions of Soliciting Prostitution?
When an individual agrees with another individual to exchange money for sex, they are soliciting prostitution. If you are found guilty of soliciting prostitution, you may be subject to a number of penalties. The rules of the state you live in will also play a huge factor in the determination of your punishment.
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