Video Surfaces of Accused Madam On The Wrestling Circuit
She's being accused of being a madam at a brothel in New York City, and INSIDE EDITION has uncovered video from her days on the wrestling circuit.
In a just-uncovered video of accused madam Jaynie Mae Baker competing in a raunchy wrestling competition, a bikini-clad Baker conveys a completey different image than the prim and proper beauty who surrendered to police this week following her indictment for allegedly running a high-end brothel in New York City along with Anna Gristina. Baker pled not guilty.
The video discovered by INSIDE EDITION shows Baker as a contestant in the 2005 WWE Raw Diva Search. She brags that she's up for anything.
"I can handle any situation. I'm comfortable in any situation," she says on the video.
And here's how she described herself.
"A bit of Southern charm, and New York wit. I can be a bit sassy when pushed, rolled up into a saucy little sushi roll. So I can be a bit stuck up, but fun at the same time," said Baker on the video.
Baker's ambition to become a wrestling diva was dashed in the semi-finals.
Meanwhile, there's a major development in the case. Hockey mom Anna Gristina was in court today and the judge decided to keep the accused Upper East Side madam on Rikers Island.
The mother of four had hoped to be released after spending the last three weeks at New York City's most notorious jail.
She wore a black and white blouse, a change from the herringbone jacket she's worn for previous court appearances. Her hunky husband, Kelvin was seen dropping off her new outfit at jail yesterday.
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