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Maine Prostitution Scandal Makes Locals Anxious

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Some residents of Southern Maine have a new ritual — checking the newspaper for the biweekly list of people caught up in a prostitution scandal. The case centers on a Kennebunk Zumba instructor who was allegedly also a prostitute. Those who are rumored to be on the list of patrons face months of speculation while they try to clear their names.
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