Zumba teacher, Alexis Wright has been charges with running a prostitution operation out of her Kennebunk, Maine dance studio. Key evidence against Wright includes more than 500 shocking sexual images.
According to one insider, the sexual images have been described as so “shocking” they will “horrify” the jury. Wright has been charged with 106 counts of prostitution and other offenses.
According to law enforcement authorities, Wright allegedly became a prostitute and ran her prostitution business out of her dance studio. Mark Strong is accused of helping Wright with her new business venture.
The evidence prosecutors will use against Wright and Strong include 577 sexually graphic Skype shots, photographs and video. The majority of the images and video feature Wright having sex with her “Zumba” clients.
Strong’s attorneys are desperately trying to get the graphic images thrown out in the case against him. Strong’s brother is a private investigator and during his trial he claims that he was targeted by detectives because he was investigating police misconduct.
The Boston Herald is reporting that Strong’s defense attorney Daniel Lilley stated, “My client was investigating the Kennebunk police, which had a lot of skeletons in their closet, and he got singled out in this particular case for a criminal charge in order to have him back off. We can’t find any other motive.”
Lilley went on to say that Alexis Wright contacted Mark Strong and told him that the police were harassing her. Her complaints led to his decision to investigate possible police misconduct.
Mark Strong is facing 13 misdemeanor counts for promoting prostitution. The most damning evidence against him is the sexually graphic images.
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