MONROE - The so-called "Monroe Madam" is threatening to go public with names from her little black book.
Anna Gristina says she'll release one name a week until her ex-lawyer gives her the deed to her pig farm in Monroe where she, her husband and son live.
Gristina says she once had a relationship with David Jaroslawicz, and that many of his powerful friends were clients at her brothel. Gristina says she went to jail, protecting his name.
Jaroslawicz has denied ever being romantically linked to the madam or that he controls the farm.
Gristina pleaded guilty to one count of promoting prostitution in 2012.
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