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A search warrant for all incoming and outgoing emails dating back to 2011 was also requested.
The company responded with more than 8,000 emails from individuals believed to have engaged in patronizing Walters' alleged prostitution business.
Her only job Walters admitted that she did not claim or report any income derived from her business on her income taxes.
She noted that her business was her "only source of income" and she had no other legitimate job.
Authorities estimate that the business grossed around 3,316 from services and tips between October 2011 and September 2013, according to the complaint.
Wealth of information During the search, police confiscated two computers along with cameras and photo cards which were sent to the Computer Crime Scene of the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation in Madison.
Walters told police that her husband, Daniel Walters, was at the residence when clients visited to provide security "in case things go badly," according to the complaint.
During the execution of a search warrant, investigators discovered a room upstairs covered with mirrors that contained a massage chair, cabinets filled with sexual aides and books, including a book filled with photos of Debbie Walters having sex with various men, according to the complaint.
She noted that she advertised on several websites including an escort-type website that screens potential clients, according to the complaint.Police discovered a safe inside a bedroom closet filled with envelopes of cash, each envelope marked with a date.During the search, police also uncovered more containers filled with cash along with a ledger filled with details including customer names, dates of service, amount of payment and personal notations for special costumes and sexual acts, according to the complaint.Daniel Walters faces up to 18 years in prison if convicted.The charges follow a two-year investigation led by Beaver Dam Police Det. Terrance Gebhart in consultation with Klomberg and the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigations, according to a new release. An 86-page complaint delves into more than two years of records from the alleged prostitution business advertised on Walter's website."They kept meticulous records, including photos," said Bob Barrington, managing attorney for the Dodge County District Attorney's Office.