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March 9, 2001 | ANN M. SIMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A fling with a street trader some years ago ruined Mabeye, a former sugar factory worker. His wife was back home pregnant with their third child. Mabeye was lonely. He met a woman selling trinkets. They hit it off. She needed a place to stay. He took her in. The woman was not a prostitute, Mabeye insists. She said she was married. They spent a week together having unprotected sex. She didn't ask for money, but he still gave her some.
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March 9, 2001 | ANN M. SIMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A fling with a street trader some years ago ruined Mabeye, a former sugar factory worker. His wife was back home pregnant with their third child. Mabeye was lonely. He met a woman selling trinkets. They hit it off. She needed a place to stay. He took her in. The woman was not a prostitute, Mabeye insists. She said she was married. They spent a week together having unprotected sex. She didn't ask for money, but he still gave her some.
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