The fitness instructor, Alexis Wright, who was charged with running a prostitution business out of her Zumba dance studio in Maine was charged Tuesday.
According to CBS, prosecutors say that she was running the underground prostitiution business and secretly videotaping it.
"Wright, 29, pleaded not guilty in Portland to 106 counts of prostitution, violation of privacy, tax evasion and other charges for allegedly providing sex for money at her fitness studio and a nearby one-room office she rented. Her alleged business partner, 57-year-old Mark Strong Sr. pleaded not guilty to 59 counts of promotion of prostitution and violation of privacy."
There has not been details released about why she videotaped any of the interactions but CBS reported that there is more than 14,000 screen shots taken from computers and 100 hours of video.
Wright opened the studio, Pura Vida, in 2010 where she taught Zumba dance classes.
CBS reported that police are in the process of getting access to her customers and releasing names. "Townspeople said they've heard that lawyers, doctors, law enforcement officials, a television personality and other well-known people in town are included in a detailed clientele list police found," CBS reported.
Dan Breton who owns a conveniences tore and deli in the area said to the Associated Press that he believed many people would not want to see the names publicly as it would hurt families. "I think most of my customers were shocked this was going on. But any time something like that happens, people get curious. It's almost like the newspapers are teasing us that there are prominent names on the list. But maybe it'll be nothing," he said to the AP.
The AP reported that police investigated Wright after reports were coming in that cars were coming in and out of the office during off hours as well as men going in for half hour periods of time.
The landlord of the office space said to investigators that one of the tenants has heard "moaning and groaning" coming from the office and that when the landlord went to check out the office himself he told police he saw a video camera on a tripod, a massage table and after doing a web search of Wright he found pornography of Wright recorded in the office.
TIME reported that an undercover Maine Drug Enforcement Agency officer called Wright and she agreed to perform a sexual act for money.
After the evidence was collected, police used a search warrant to search her studio, office and home located in Wells, Maine. What they found out was that on her computers had records of the transactions for sex acts and her tax return. Her computer showed that she made as much as $150,000 from the sex acts, TIME reported.
Wright's lawyer, Sarah Churchill said to the York County Coast Star "What we are really concerned about is coverage that poisons the potential jury pool. What's out there is one-sided in that it's the state's version of events."