HOUSTON (AP) - A woman dubbed the "Heidi Fleiss of Houston" and her husband face allegations of running a sophisticated prostitution ring.
Debbie Turbiville and Charles Turbiville are free on $5,000 bond each.
Their arrest came about a year and a-half after a suspected prostitute disclosed to police her involvement in a Houston escort service that operated through Web sites.
The Houston Chronicle reports the couple's client list includes pro athletes, doctors and lawyers. The names haven't been disclosed.
An attorney for the Turbivilles -- Joe Owmby -- says his clients are presumed innocent. Owmby also told The Eagle in Bryan-College Station that he couldn't address any of the allegations.
Charles Turbiville grew up in College Station, where his father is a radio personality.
Charles Turbiville and his wife -- who have two children -- and two alleged prostitutes were arrested last week in Houston and charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution.
Conviction carries up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Fleiss gained notoriety more than a decade ago as a Hollywood madam. She later went to prison.
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