Gristina, 44, is accused of running a $10 million call-girl ring that supplied high-class hookers to Hedge Fund Managers, Billionaires and CEOs.
The lawyer for accused Wall Street Madam will try again Monday to get her sprung from Rikers Island.
He intends to argue that if Gristina’s alleged accomplice, Jaynie Mae Baker, was allowed to remain free on bail then his client should be entitled to that too.
Baker, 30, who allegedly booked the girls for Gristina, told prosecutors she was on vacation in Mexico when the reputed vice den was shut down in February.
But while Gristina has been sitting in Rikers since her arrest on $2 million bail, Baker has been out and about after posting $100,000 bond.
Both women have pleaded not guilty to prostitution charges.
Prosecutors are expected to argue again that the Scottish-born Gristina, who lived with her family upstate, remains a flight risk.
“There are certain high-wealth individuals, friends and business associates who have an interest in not having this case go forward and would help her flee,” Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Charles Linehan said at an earlier court appearance.
Earlier Monday, Gristina’s lawyer and prosecutors sparred before Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan over access to evidence.
Greenwald once again demanded that prosecutors turn over “basic” evidence like the search warrants they got to bug the alleged brothel. Assistant District Attorney said they plan to hand over that evidence but also want a protective order “for portions” of the search warrant materials.
Merchan told both sides to work something out and get back to him.
“I don’t want to get involved in gamesmanship,” Merchan said. “I don’t want to get involved in hand-holding.”
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