Zumba Prostitution Scandal: Judge rules addresses of alleged clients can now be released

Alexis Wright turns towards her attorney Sarah Churchill, left, during her arraignment, Oct. 9, 2012, in Portland, Maine, on 109 counts of prostitution, violation of privacy, tax evasion and other charges for allegedly providing sex for money at her Kennebunk fitness studio and office. The 29-year-old pleaded not guilty on charges she ran a prostitution business out of her Kennebunk Zumba studio and secretly filmed her encounters.
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Alexis Wright
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(CBS/AP) KENNEBUNK, Maine - A judge has reversed his decision about a Maine prostitution case, ruling that addresses and other identifying information can now be released for men charged with paying for sex with 29-year-old fitness instructor Alexis Wright.

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An attorney for The Portland Press Herald says Justice Thomas Warren agreed Tuesday that the addresses and ages of the suspected johns can be made public, along with their names. Warren on Monday allowed the release of the names but no other identifying information.

Police in the small town of Kennebunk are expected re-issue a list of 21 names of men who have been issued summons for allegedly paying Wright for sex in her Zumba studio and an office she rented nearby.

Police said more than 150 people are suspected of being clients and many of them were videotaped without their knowledge.

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