Prosecutors are dragging Gristina’s longtime private investigator, Vinny Parco, before a grand jury Friday, ordering him to spill the beans on the alleged high-priced sex ring, its principal players and additional names not previously mentioned in connection with the case, according to a copy of the subpoena.
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But four unindicted women are also under investigation, the document reveals, including Irma Nezirovic, a k a Irma Nici, the brunette Bosnian bombshell hooker who famously claimed to have had a longtime liaison with soccer superstar David Beckham.
The private eye said to testify before a grand jury in the probe into accused East Side madam Anna Gristina said he knew she once ran an escort service.
Vincent Parco of Gristina’s escort ties five years ago when another madam, Andreia Schwartz, hired him to track her down.
Schwartz, who was convicted in 2006 of running a midtown brothel, wanted to use Gristina as a witness to clear her in the case, Parco said.
He never found Gristina while working for Schwartz, but in 2011, he said, he met the Soccer Mom madam at a networking event for the website sugardaddy.com. The two hit it off and partnered on an online dating service to rival Match.com.
He agreed to team up with Gristina because he heard she had put her escort days behind her.
Now Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has subpoenaed him to find out exactly what he knew about her alleged $10 million call girl ring.
Also on the hot seat is Gristina’s real-estate-broker hubby, Kelvin Gorr, who continues to live on the couple’s 200-acre pig-rescue farm in upstate Monroe County.
The DA has additionally named David Jaroslawicz as a subject of the investigation, according to the subpoena — along with 304 E. 78th St., LLC, the company that owns Gristina’s alleged brothel, to which the lawyer is connected through public records.
Jaroslawicz, whose offices were raided by investigators Friday, is connected to four Monroe properties totaling nearly $4 million in value and all registered to limited- liability companies registered to his firm, public records show. One of the properties is Gristina’s farm.
“I am hopeful and confident that when this investigation has been completed, I will be able to convince the district attorney’s office that Mr. Jaroslawicz has committed no crime whatsoever,” said his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, when asked about the probe.
The secret subpoena also confirms that Morgan Stanley investment banker David Walker is a subject of the investigation. Walker was meeting with Gristina in Midtown shortly before she was arrested on Feb. 22.
As for Parco, he has known Gristina for years. He has shown up for all of her court appearances and has been helping on her criminal case.
He and the alleged madam have both spoken proudly of working together on a start-up online matchmaking service, to be run by Gristina and with Parco screening the beautiful women and wealthy men who would use the service.
Gristina is at Rikers Island, unable to post a $2 million bail,
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