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Former stripper takes stand in trial

Says past was issue during grad school

Louise Wightman prepared to answer prosecutor David Andrews during her testimony yesterday in Suffolk Superior Court. Louise Wightman prepared to answer prosecutor David Andrews during her testimony yesterday in Suffolk Superior Court. (DOMINIC CHAVEZ/GLOBE STAFF)
By Jonathan Saltzman and Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / May 3, 2007

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Twenty-five years ago in Boston's Combat Zone, she was known as Princess Cheyenne, a curvaceous, brainy woman who was considered the thinking man's stripper and enjoyed brief notoriety for her engagement to pop singer Cat Stevens. (Full article: 561 words)

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