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from www.nydailynews.com – Soccer mom madam Anna Gristina closed the little black book on her sensational case Tuesday by pleading guilty to a single count of promoting prostitution.
In doing so, Gristina avoided a trial where she might have had to name names and dish the sordid details of the ring she’s suspected of running from an E. 78th St. apartment.
But the 44-year-old mother of four may have bought herself a one-way ticket back to her native Scotland — she faces possible deportation when she is sentenced in November.
Prosecutors had hoped to blow the lid off a huge prostitution operation they claim Gristina and her alleged hooker booker, Jaynie Mae Baker, ran for five years. Instead, they settled for Gristina pleading guilty to arranging girl-on-girl action for a john who turned out to be an undercover cop.
“I would gracefully like to take your plea,” Gristina told Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan.
Gristina, dressed in a black outfit with a demure white top, spoke after prosecutors assured the judge her caught-on-tape claims that cops, FBI agents and prosecutors were protecting her operation were bunk.
“We have not found evidence to support any of those claims,” Assistant District Attorney Charles Linehan said.
“We are left with a straightforward promoting prostitution case — a defendant who ran a brothel for many years and who profited from the sex trade. That is all.”
Gristina’s lawyer Norman Pattis noted she had no police record and asked the judge to go easy on her.
“I don’t expect anyone in this room to nominate Ms. Gristina for sainthood,” he said. “But she has many good qualities, and among them is loyalty.”
Merchan agreed to the plea, but not before he gave Gristina grief for bringing her 9-year-old son Nicholas to court. Her husband, Kelvin Gorr, and a teenaged son, were also there.
Gristina will be sentenced to six months in prison in November. Because she’s already served four months on Rikers Island, she’s not likely to spend another day in jail. She will also be on probation for five years.
Before court, Gristina insisted “there will be no plea today.”
“I’m going to listen to the options,” she said. “A trial is still a strong option.”
An hour later, another Gristina claim was revealed to be a lie.
The die was cast last month when Merchan denied a motion by Pattis to dismiss the sole charge against her. Pattis had argued there was no crime because the cop just watched — and didn’t join in.
But Merchan also dealt prosecutors a blow by limiting the scope of their case to just the promoting prostitution charge.
Baker has reportedly accepted a plea deal that could knock the 30-year-old blond’s felony charge down to the equivalent of a jaywalking ticket.