Zumba Trial Heads to Supreme Court over Privacy Violations

Updated 1 year ago

The lawyer for a woman accused of using her dance studio in kennebunk as a front for prostitution is joining a supreme court fight over privacy violations.A judge threw out firty-six invasion of privacy counts against Mark Strong, Senior of Thomaston who’s accused of being a business partner of Alexis Wright who ran the dance studio.Prosecutors have asked the high court to re-instate those charges.Wright faces the same forty-six charges, and sixty others.Wright and Strong are accused of videotaping prostitution clients without their knowledge.The judge who dismissed the counts against Strong ruled that people engaged in criminal conduct don’t have the same privacy rights as others.


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