Alleged Monroe madam hires new lawyer

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MANHATTAN - Alleged "Monroe madam" Anna Gristina has hired a new lawyer, Norm Pattis, of Conn.Pattis will be Gristina's third lawyer. Sources tell News 12 Westchester that Pattis met with Gristina today at Riker's Island, then went before a judge to request a counsel change.Gristina is accused of running a high-end brothel on Manhattan's Upper East Side. She is being held on $2 million bail.

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