Ex-Coach Going on Trial in Zumba Prostitution Case
ALFRED, Maine (AP) — The first trial of an accused client of a fitness instructor who used her Zumba studio as a front for prostitution is set to get underway in Maine.
Jury selection was set for Monday in Alfred for the trial of Donald Hill, a former Kennebunk High School hockey coach who faces one count of engaging a prostitute.
So far, 68 people have been charged with paying for sex with Alexis Wright, who's currently serving a 10-month sentence. At least 58 have pleaded guilty or no contest.
The 53-year-old Hill is the first alleged client to go to trial. Hill says he thought he was in a relationship with Wright and his attorney says he expects him to be vindicated.