Dubbed the "Manhattan Madam," a New York mother of four was sentenced Tuesday to time already served after pleading guilty in September to one count of prostitution in the third degree.
Anna Gristina was also sentenced to five years probation. She had been accused of running a prostitution ring out of an Upper East Side apartment.
Gristina was arrested February 22 and had been held on $2 million bond or $1 million cash.
Her attorney could not be immediately reached for comment.
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