PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Law enforcement authorities expect to prosecute some of the more than 100 men who allegedly engaged with a prostitute whose services yielded $150,000.
The Portland Press Herald quotes a prosecutor in a letter as saying a client list and contact information were found when authorities searched a Kennebunk fitness studio operated by Alexis Wright, a nearby office space and Wright's home in Wells.
Police say they found video footage of Wright having sex with men who were unaware they were being filmed and meticulous records suggesting sex acts would have generated $150,000. Wright has not been charged.
The prosecutors filed a motion this week for a gag order in the case. The only person to be charged so far is a Thomaston insurance agent who's accused of promoting prostitution.
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