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In the area around Kennebunk, it was an open secret long before the scandal broke that Alexis Wright led a double life. Here was an atractive [Wright graduated from nearby Topsham’s Mt.
“I knew about this story,” one lawyer who is involved tells me. He said, ‘Look, there’s a woman in town who’s a Zumba instructor. I’ve seen her and I’m worried.’ ”“Why [are you worried]? Ararat High School in 2001, and in May 2005 had a son.
By the fall of 2011 the paper also knew that the police were investigating.
I do not believe in Drugs, or people hurting people. Buying my pics and/or video will help me pay my way through school. ”Jennifer Feals, who has covered the story for the reported that a woman who appeared to be Wright wrote on another Web site, “I live in a small town in Maine and have my own dance studio, many in my community do not realize that I am an exhibitionist and that I crave sex. She’d tell the other mothers that her account had been hacked.But, she says, “as I found out, I could fit the pieces together.” Parent and her husband would talk about the fact that Wright seemed to be able to be unusually generous, but it wasn’t until another mother sent Parent a video from the Internet of Wright performing a sexual act that she said, “Oh my God.”Wright, unlike most people with double lives, didn’t seem to be trying to keep any secrets.She reportedly advertised her massage services—which she performed at an office space she also rented in Kennebunk—through a Web site called Sensual Body Work by Lydia.Allegedly, she asked him to run her clients’ license‑plate numbers through the state motor-vehicle database, presumably to get their real identities.In the affidavit for Strong’s arrest warrant, the police say that “the numerous sex acts were video recorded unbeknownst to the males she was having sex with.”Both Wright and Strong, who were indicted in October on a combined 165 charges consisting mainly of engaging in prostitution (her), promotion of prostitution (both), violation of privacy (both), and in her case benefits and tax fraud, have pleaded not guilty. But, really, it could have been—and could still be—anyone.