ALFRED, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - A grand jury has handed up more than 50 charges for the man accused of promoting prostitution in Kennebunk... and nearly twice as many charges for the alleged prostitute.

The indictments came out late Wednesday.

Alexis Wright is facing 106 total charges, most of which are engaging in and promoting prostitution. Wright also faces charges of tax evasion for not reporting the income she allegedly made as a prostitute.

Mark Strong, a Thomaston business owner and insurance agent, was indicted on 59 charges, most of those for violation of privacy and promoting prostitution.


Previous coverage:

July 11th: Thomaston business owner arrested on prostitution promotion

July 12th: Police say more charges likely in prostitution case

July 18th: Defense attorney in prostitution case speaks out

Sept. 14th: Lawyer seeks dismissal of Maine prostitution case

Sept. 14th: Judge refuses to dismiss prostitution charge

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