The Zumba instructor who ran a prostitution business in which she videotaped unsuspecting clients so her business partner could watch from his office 100 miles away has been released from jail, bringing to a close a scandal featuring sex videos, adultery and a client list with more than 100 names.
A 30-year-old woman convicted of running a prostitution business out of her Zumba fitness studio in Kennebunk, Maine was sentenced to 10 months in prison on Friday.
A Maine Zumba instructor accused of using her fitness studio as a front for prostitution has pleaded guilty to 20 counts.
A year after a Zumba studio shut down following allegations the instructor was using it as a prostitution front, the space is reopening — as another Zumba studio.
An insurance agent was convicted Wednesday of promoting a prostitution business centered at a Zumba studio, a scandal that generated a wave of prurient interest in a small coastal town.
A judge on Friday dropped most of the charges against a figure in a prostitution scandal centered on a Zumba studio, prompting another appeal.
No plea was reached Friday and the case will proceed to trial next week for the business partner of a Zumba dance instructor charged with running a prostitution business from her Kennebunk studio.
Police in Kennebunk, Maine, have released 15 more names of accused clients in a high-profile prostitution case, bringing the number to 54.
The lawyer for a high school hockey coach who gave up his job because of the Zumba prostitution case said Thursday that his client’s name never should have been made public.
A long-time Maine high school hockey coach whose name appeared on a list of 21 men accused of paying a local Zumba fitness instructor for sex has stepped down.