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Zumba Prostitution Scandal: New court documents reveal items taken from Alexis Wright's home, former office

This undated photo shows Alexis Wright, the 29-year-old Zumba instructor charged with running a brothel out of her dance studio in Kennebunk, Maine, and secretly videotaping many of her encounters. The photo appears to have been shot by her co-defendant and alleged business partner, 57-year-old Mark Strong Sr., who has pleaded not guilty to 59 counts of promotion of prostitution and violation of privacy. ParadeModels.com

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(CBS) -- Recently unsealed court documents reveal that officials investigating Alexis Wright, the Maine Zumba instructor accused of prostitution, searched Wright's home and vehicles for information relating to a website called "Sensual Body Work by Lydia," reports the Portland Press Herald.

Pictures: Zumba instructor accused of prostitution

Wright, 29, pleaded not guilty to 106 counts of prostitution and other charges after being accused of running a brothel in her dance studio and in an office across the street.

She is also accused of secretly videotaping many of her encounters. Her alleged business partner, Mark Strong Sr., also pleaded not guilty to 59 counts.

The Press Herald reports that according an affidavit released over the summer, "Lydia" was the person who agreed to "unspecified sexual contact" with an officer over the phone.

The new documents also reveal that officers found a "Domination Fetish sheet" in Wright's home and personal lubricant and condoms in an office she rented, reports the paper.

In addition, the paper reports that according to the documents, neighbors at the office became suspicious of what was Wright was doing there, and the landlord said he found a massage table and a camera on a tripod in the office.

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