(CBS/AP) KENNEBUNK, Maine - The residents of the small seaside town in Maine are awaiting the next release of names of alleged clients who paid Zumba instructor Alexis Wright for sex at her dance studio.
The town of 10,000 made international headlines when Wright was charged earlier this month with engaging in prostitution. Police said she videotaped many of the encounters without her clients' knowledge and kept meticulous records, which suggested that the sex acts generated $150,000 over 18 months.
Wright and her business partner, Mark Strong, pleaded not guilty to their respective charges.
The first 21 names of alleged clients were released two weeks ago, and more are expected to be released Friday. The names released so far include a former mayor and the local high school ice hockey coach.