This should come as a relief to those Wall Streeters who visited the alleged “Millionaire Madam.”Anna Gristina, who was arrested last month on charges of promoting prostitution, told the New York Post she won’t reveal who’s in her “black book” even those she’s being pressed to spill.
She’s believed to have a roster full of investment bankers and hedge funders.
From The New York Post:
The self-described “hockey mum” and real-estate developer claims to have no idea why prosecutors are so intent on digging up dirt on those men — half of whom she said she knew as either friends or business associates.
“I’d bite my tongue off before I’d tell them anything,” Gristina vowed.
When Gristina was arrested she was allegedly trying to convince a Morgan Stanley employee to help finance a website that would “match prostitutes with wealthy men,” according to DNAInfo.
The Morgan Stanley employee has been identified as David S. Walker a broker in the midtown offices. He’s been placed on leave by the bank. Walker has not been charged with any wrongdoing.
When DNAInfo caught up with Walker he said he was not with Gristina when she was arrested. What’s more is he told the news site that she knew a lot of people at Morgan Stanley.
Gristina is currently being held at Rikers on $2 million bond.
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