Former congressional candidate Bill Hudak may have left the world of Massachusetts politics but he is still making headlines in the Commonwealth.
Last week Hudak informed supporters that he was teaming up with the company Qivana to sell a product called "Prime." In an email to his campaign list Hudak said that product can do things like "reverses the aging process" and enhance "brain activity."
Today we find out that one of Hudak's business partners is currently serving a five year sentence for his involvement with prostitution.
Albert Muir, identified in advertising as heading the "North Shore-Boston-based Qivana Team" with Hudak, is a professional poker player and is currently under a suspended five-year jail sentence for promoting prostitution, according to Connecticut court records.
Muir and his now-ex-wife co-owned a health spa called Marlow's in Branford, Conn., which was raided by police in 2009. A Branford police detective who investigated the case said the business was well-known for years as a pit stop just off Interstate 95 for illicit massages.
Hudak said that he did not know anything about his partner's legal problems.
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