Zumba Instructor Busted For Prostitution Leaves Jail

The Zumba instructor who was busted for running a prostitution ring, in which she videotaped unsuspecting clients, has been released from prison.

The woman was accused of sending a feed of the videos to her business partner, who watched from 100 miles away.

Alexis Wright left York County Jail in Kenebunk, Maine, on Saturday morning, after serving six months out of a 10-month sentence for engaging in and promoting prostitution, according to a county spokesperson.

The Zumba instructor was also charged with several welfare and tax related charges. She got out early on grounds of good behavior and participation on a work program.

Wright was seen wearing grey sweatpants and hugging a stack of folders close to her chest as she walked out of jail, getting into an SUV driven by her husband Jason Trowbridge she stated she had no comment.

The discovery of the prostitution scan came as a shock to Wright’s clients, however, police had been suspicious of activities in which men were seen coming and going at all hours, from a unit rented by the Zumba instructor across from her studio.

Police said Wright’s business partner, Mark Strong watched sexual encounters in real time on a computer screen at his insurance business 100 miles away.

The Zumba instructor’s list of clients included lawyers, accountants, and even local TV personalities and it became the talk of the town in February of 2012 when police raided her studio, according to CNN.

The network reports court documents reveal Wright recorded sexual encounters with her clients and had a live stream going to Strong’s business computer.

According to Stong’s sentencing testimony, the Zumba instructor would not engage in sexual activity unless Strong had “prior knowledge of the session and was actively watching via the Skype connection.”

Strong’s memo revealed that 13,000 Skype screenshots were recovered from his computer.

The Zumba instructor was ordered to pay $57,000 in restitution and $1,000 in fines, however, prosecutors dropped 80 additional charges.