Alexis Wright, the Zumba instructor who was accused and pled guilty to running a prostitution ring out of her Maine fitness studio, was released from jail on Saturday.

Alexis Wright Released

Wright, 29, got out of jail early due to both good behavior and her participation in a work program, a York County Jail spokesperson told CNN. She had only served six months of her 10-month term she was sentenced to for the prostitution charges.

Compounded with the jail time, Wright had to pay $57,000 in restitution and $1,000 in fines.

Maine Zumba Studio Prostitution Ring

An investigation was launched into Wright’s Kennebunk fitness studio in 2011. By 2012, law enforcement officials raided the establishment. There, they found recordings of Wright prostituting herself to a number of clients – which included local lawyers, accountants and other business professionals. The tapes were made to be sent to Wright’s business partner, Mark Strong.

Strong, unlike Wright, decided to contest charges levied against him and was found guilty of promotion of prostitution and conspiracy to promote prostitution. He was sentenced to 20 days in jail.

– Chelsea Regan

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