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A woman and her husband are accused of operating one of Houston’s largest prostitution rings.

The prostitution ring included a client list of more than 1,500 people, along with pro athletes and doctors.

Police arrested 33-year-old Deborah L. Turbiville and her husband, 31-year-old Charles Fletcher Turbiville, on March 10. They face aggravated promotion of prostitution charges.

Court records indicate the couple was released from the Harris County Jail on a combined $10,000 bond and their next scheduled court appearance is April 15.

Investigators are trying to find all the women who allegedly worked for the couple and also plan on interviewing those on the client list.


Police in Houston, Texas, say they have busted a prostitution ring that may involve more than 1,500 clients, including professional athletes, doctors and lawyers.

Investigators were scouring computers files and credit card records on Monday, trying to verify a large client list that could ignite scandals throughout the city, CNN affiliate station KHOU reported.

Police arrested alleged ringleaders Deborah Turbiville and her husband, Charlie, as part of a two-year investigation, the affiliate reported.

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