Second person arraigned in 'Monroe Madam' case
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NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. -- A second person involved in the case surrounding the so-called "Monroe Madam" pleads not guilty.
Jaynie Baker is accused of helping to run a prostitution ring out of a Manhattan apartment, along with Anna Gristina, who lives in Monroe, Orange County.
On Tuesday, Baker posted the $100,000 bail set at her arraignment.
Until recently, she was listed as a recruiter for the high-end matchmaking service VIP Life. The organization's founder said Baker worked as a freelancer, and never ended up referring a client.