Updated 10/10/2012 08:22 AM
Woman Known for Appearance On 'Wife Swap' Pleads Not Guilty to Prostitution
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PEMBROKE, N.Y. — It was the first time we got a good look, in-person, at 21-year-old Alicia Guastaferro, the former teen reality show TV star who's now accused of prostitution.
Guastaferro appeared to smile for our camera as she walked into the courtroom.
YNN obtained court paperwork here that shows her side of the story back on August 27th. In her statement to State Police that night, Guastaferro said she did agree that for $500 to $70, she would have sex with Rochester attorney James Doyle.
And on that night, indeed according to police, she was found half-naked in a car with Doyle at the Pembroke Thruway Service Area. She allegedly had some drugs in her purse. She's also accused of giving troopers a false name, though she later admitted that it was fake.
Guastaferro's attorney, Dan Killelea, tells YNN simply, Alicia doesn't remember any of this conversation with police. The attorney did not want to go on camera.
Meanwhile, James Doyle, for his part, spoke with YNN back in August, and he expressly denied there was any arrangement for sex with Guastaferro. He says they were just in the car, they were tired, and so they stopped at that Pembroke Service Area to rest.
Guastaferro had no comment Tuesday. She's due back in Pembroke Town Court on December 11th.