Anna Gristina, "Manhattan Madam," plans to reveal client list in new book
(AP) NEW YORK - A suburban New York mother who pleaded guilty to promoting prostitution says she plans to write a tell-all book naming names.
Anna Gristina told the Daily News following a brief court appearance Wednesday that football fans particularly will be interested in the book.
The so-called Manhattan Madam declined to elaborate. Gristina was released last month after being sentenced to time served. She's on five years of probation. She pleaded guilty to a single count of promoting prostitution.
Prosecutors had accused her of having a roster of wealthy, well-placed clients and boasting of law-enforcement connections during 15 years in a business that made her millions. After an investigation, they said it became clear she was running a brothel and profiting from it. She said she was merely starting a dating service.
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