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NEW YORK (CBSMiami/AP) — A Florida couple is accused of running a sex tourism business with prostitutes in Dominican Republic.

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Manhattan prosecutors say Jennifer and Alfred Cotten, of Fort Myers, have been charged with promoting prostitution.

The married couple was arrested after a 10-month investigation into their company, Tropical Adult Vacation.

District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Thursday called the alleged “family business” international sex tourism.

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Court papers say U.S. citizens were provided room, board and the services of prostitutes at a hotel in a small town near Santo Domingo.

Prosecutors say customers were charged about $1,500 for a weekend stay.

It wasn’t immediately known if the Cottens had a lawyer who could comment on the charges on their behalf.

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