Remember the case of the Sugar Land madam?
Next month will mark 25 years since a federal trial began in the case of Penelope Hatteras.
If you lived in Sugar Land back then, the name may sound familiar.
Hatteras was a Sugar Land resident who was sentenced to five years probation and fined $10,000 for organizing a network of high-priced call girls.
Click here to read a Chronicle story from Sept. 19, 1985 after she received her sentence.
The following year, however, she was ordered to serve three years in prison for continuing to operate a high-priced call girl service while on federal probation. She ended up serving 26 months in prison. Click here to read about that.
And then click here and here to view photos from her trial.
She resurfaced in a Houston Chronicle article a few years ago, when she was asked to provide insight into the case of disgraced New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer. Click here to read that article.
She now lives in Dallas and is writing a memoir. Here's a photo of her from 2007.
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