[UPDATE: 15 More Names Were Released on 11/9/12]

Very, very NSFW videos of Alexis Wright, the woman accused of operating a prostitution ring out of her Zumba studio in Kennebunk, Maine, emerged on the internet yesterday afternoon. When I say videos, I don’t mean one or two, I mean dozens, if not hundreds. Said videos range in content from Wright  performing lone stripteases to engaging in multiple-partner sex. While most of the Alexis Wright videos have been taken down, a number of sites, including Gawker.com, have posted them.

A list of twenty one men alleged to have been clients of Wright’s was also released yesterday. The group, reportedly only a fraction of a list that could top 150, includes a former mayor, men from more than a dozen Maine towns, one from Massachusetts and one from New Hampshire.

The Kennebunk Police Department said it plans to unveil names of alleged clients every other week as the individuals are issued summonses on a court activity log. This means the flow of names could  run until the end of the year.

The first batch of names caused problems for many men unrelated to the case, as the list did not include addresses or birth dates.

Sigmund Schutz, Press Herald attorney, argued Tuesday that the partial release of information is unjust.

“The fact is that by releasing names only, you’re getting a lot of false positives. You’re implicating people who may be completely innocent and simply share the same or similar names with people charged, and that’s a real harm,” Schutz told The Associated Press.

Superior Court Justice Thomas Warren had originally ruled that because some of the men may have been videotaped and were thus at risk to being victims of invasion of privacy, their names could not be released. He reversed his decision, however.

The next swatch is due to be released Oct. 26.

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