Wife Swap Star Arrested For Prostitution

By Amber GoodhandRadar News Editor

A 20-year-old woman who appeared on ABC’s reality TV hit Wife Swap with her parents was arrested for prostitution on Monday morning when she was caught in a car with a 54-year-old defense attorney, RadarOnline.com is reporting.

Alicia Guastaferro of Williamsville, New York and lawyer James D. Doyle of Rochester were arrested by State Police after troopers received calls that a car was driving erratically on the Thruway, and the car was eventually found at a service area with James slumped over asleep at the wheel.

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James, who’s been arrested twice before on drunk driving charges, was charged with a DWI, patronizing a prostitute and giving alcohol to a minor while Alicia was charged with prostitution, possession of a controlled substance and criminal impersonation.

Alicia appeared on Wife Swap in 2008 and in 2010 she filed a whopping $100 million lawsuit against ABC claiming they poorly represented her on the show, but as of this summer the case was still pending.

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James denies all charges and says he feels bad about Alicia’s involvement.

However, Alicia allegedly told officers that James calls her twice a month for sex and pays her between $500 and $700 per session, is aware of her age, and that both of them were drinking prior to their arrest.

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The police report states that Alicia had not yet been paid at the time of their arrest because he usually pays her in the morning.

James was arraigned in Pembroke Town Court and released without bail and Alicia is expected to appear in court at a later date.


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