KENNEBUNK, Maine (CNN/WGME) -- A fitness instructor in Maine is charged with running a prostitution business out of her Zumba dance studio. The woman and the man police say was a her business partner appeared in court Tuesday.
Prosecutors arriving at the Cumberland County Courthouse with what they say is a mountain of evidence in the Kennebunk prostitution case involving 29-year-old Alexis Wright and 57-year-old Mark Strong, Senior.
Wright and strong entered their not guilty pleas in the same courtroom. Wright is charged with 106 counts for allegedly promoting and engaging prostitution and tax offenses.
Strong is charged with 59 counts for promoting prostitution. Prosecutors say he and Wright ran the prostitution operation together out of a Zumba studio in Kennebunk.
Both Wright and Strong were avoiding questions outside the courthouse. Following both their pleas, the judge unsealed documents that were previously impounded in the case.
The judge also denied a motion for confidentiality that would have sealed the so-called client list this comes after prosecutors dropped a bombshell about a computer they say they got at strong's home. Deputy district attorney Justina McGettigan says, "We seized from Mr. Strong's residence and it contained markers for - images that contained markers for potentially child pornography."
Strong's attorney Dan Lilley says, "It was another flip flop fro prosecutors. There's no child pornography in this case. They told me that personally, they email it to me and they put it in the plea in court and now they seem to be saying that they want to go back and see what's going on. As I said before, they don't know what the hell they're doing."
Police say they also found boxes of video tapes at Wright`s Zumba studio. Investigators say the tapes show her sexual encounters. Police say they've begun issuing summons to Wright's alleged customers.