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Zumba madam tearfully talks of childhood abuse in Maine sentencing

ALFRED, Maine (Reuters) - A Zumba instructor who admitted to using her exercise studio as a front for a prostitution business tearfully described a history of abuse before being sentenced to 10 months in county jail on Friday. Full story

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Instructor pleads guilty in Zumba prostitution case

  Zumba dance instructor Alexis Wright pleaded guilty to 20 counts of prostitution in a case that rocked the small seaside town of Maine.

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Alexis Wright, 30, a Zumba instructor charged in a prostitution scandal, leaves the Cumberland County Courthouse, after prosecutors and Wright's defense lawyer concluded their first round of settlement discussions in the case Wednesday, March 13, 2013, in Portland, Maine. York County Assistant Di