Remains Unclear If Plea Deal Would Require Testimony Against Anna Gristina

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A plea deal is expected for one of the women accused of running a high-end escort service from an Upper East Side apartment in what has been labeled the “Soccer Mom Madam” case.

WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reports

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Jaynie Mae Baker is expected to appear Thursday before a judge without alleged madam Anna Gristina.

Published reports said she’ll plead guilty to a misdemeanor and avoid a lengthy jail sentence for promoting prostitution. The 30-year-old is accused, along with Gristina, of running a high-priced brothel from an apartment on East 78th Street.

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The pair has claimed they are innocent of charges, maintaining they were running a legitimate upscale matchmaking service.

It’s unclear if the deal would mean that Baker will have to testify against Gristina, who has refused to enter into a plea agreement with the District Attorney’s office.

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