A former teacher at a Webster Groves middle school helped promote the prostitution of two women and paid roughly 30 to 40 women for sex in the last three years, prosecutors claim in court documents filed late last month.
Those documents were filed on June 26, just three days before Robert L. Wilson, 46, entered an Alford plea to a charge of promoting prostitution in the third degree.
The Alford plea means Wilson admitted no guilt but agreed that prosecutors had evidence sufficient to get a conviction.
St. Louis County Circuit Judge Kristine A. Kerr suspended the imposition of his sentence and ordered Wilson to serve five years of probation and perform 80 hours of community service.
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