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Senator's Husband-Prostitute
(2008-05-05)
(wgvu) - TROY, Mich. (AP) - A preliminary hearing for a Westland woman
who police say was paid for sex by Sen. Debbie Stabenow's husband
has been postponed.
Alycia Martin turned herself in last Tuesday after skipping her
initial court appearance to face misdemeanor prostitution charges.
Judge William Bolle on Monday set the 20-year-old's next court
appearance for June 3.
Authorities say Thomas Athans paid Martin $150 for sex in a Troy
hotel room in February. Police did not bring any sex charges
against Athans.
Martin's attorney Frank Cusumano Jr. argues items seized that
night were obtained illegally and wants the case dismissed.
Police have said Martin has refused to cooperate in their
investigation of a prostitution ring.
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