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Thomas Athans, the husband of Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), told police Wednesday that he was involved with a prostitute.
Athans said he used the Internet to make a date with a prostitute and paid her $150 for sex at a hotel.
Athans, 46, the co-founder of the liberal TalkUSA Radio network, was stopped by police who were investigating Internet-based prostitution at the hotel.
The situation was "very disturbing and serious," said Senator, Senator Stabenow in a statement. "Obviously it's a deeply difficult and personal matter."
According to the police report, the woman performed oral sex on Athans. Police did not charge him with any sex crimes, but later mailed him a ticket for driving with a suspended license. Athans paid a $115 fine and reinstated his license.
Police arrested Alycia Lorraine Martin, 20, in the hotel room on a charge of prostitution and confiscated a cell phone, laptop and $431.
Stabenow and Athans were married in 2003.
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