Zumba prostitution ring: Hockey coach resigns

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October 17, 2012, 10:36 am
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(NECN) - The hockey coach at Kennebunk High School in Maine has reportedly announced his resignation, amid a prostitution scandal involving a Zumba fitness studio.

Seacoast Online reports that Don Hill is stepping down from his position for personal reasons.

He did not specify, but a 52-year-old Don Hill matching the coach's phone number is among 21 alleged clients identified by police.

Meanwhile, a judge has granted a request for additional information about those men, allowing police to share the suspected John's addresses and ages.

Fitness Instructor Alexis Wright is accused of running a brothel out of her Zumba studio in Kennebunk.

The problem: Many people share names with those on the list, including former Deputy Sheriff Paul Main.

More names were expected to be released later in October.

Tags: maine, Kennebunk, zumba, prostitution scandal, Alexis Wright, Zumba prostitution, Don Hill
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