Anna Gristina was accused of running an upscale brothel out of an Upper East Side apartment. Now the so-called Millionaire Madam is planning to write a tell-all book naming names.
So who will be in it? She says football fans may be interested in the content.
The 44-year mother spent four months in a Rikers Island jail cell earlier this year accused of running a massive prostitution ring.
Eventually, she pleaded guilty to only one count of promoting prostitution.
Her attorney, Norm Pattis, said Gristina is writing about the experience. He said she won't be implicating herself of any criminal wrongdoing in the book.
After a brief court appearance, she told the Daily News that football fans will be particularly interested in the book.
The book does not currently have a release date.
As a part of her plea deal, Gristina is on probation for 5 years. When it is over she still faces the possibility of being deported to her native Scotland.
Members of the community of the Riverdale section of the Bronx gathered above the site of the crash of a metro-north train to pray for the injured and the dead. Four passengers were killed and more than 60 injured when the commuter train heading to Manhattan from Poughkeepsie derailed Sunday morning near the Spuyten Duyvil station.
Commuters who rely on Metro-North trains to get to and from New York City will need to make adjustments to their regular travel plans. Expect reduced service on the Hudson Line between Poughkeepsie and Yonkers following Sunday's deadly train derailment in the Bronx.