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[Video] Atlanta drag personality pleads guilty to sex charges; makes emotional plea for mercy

Former Atlanta drag personality Pasha Nicole, whose legal name is Christopher Lynch, pleaded guilty today to sexual exploitation of children and other charges before a Douglas County Superior Court judge.

Douglas County Assistant District Attorney Rachel Ackley today said Lynch pleaded guilty to one count of pimping, one count of pandering by compulsion and two counts of sexual exploitation of children.

Lynch was sentenced to 30 years to serve 14 in prison, Ackley added.

In a tearful and emotional plea before the judge, Lynch said what happened was a big mistake.

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Atlanta drag personality Pasha Nicole to make plea in sex trafficking case

Christopher Lynch, also known as Pasha Nicole, indicted on human trafficking charges

Atlanta drag personality Pasha Nicole, whose legal name is Christopher Lynch, will appear before a Douglas County Superior Court judge on Wednesday to face charges of human trafficking,

Lynch was arrested one year ago — March 4, 2011 — and charged with trafficking minors for sex.

Also arrested was gay bar BJ Roosters' former go-go dancer Stephen Lemery. Lemery remains in the Douglas County Sheriff's jail and his case is in a "holding pattern" right now, said assistant DA Rachel Ackley today. Lynch also remains in jail; both were denied bond.

Ackley said today she expects Lynch to plead guilty, but is still in negotiation to what exact charges.

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Atlanta drag personality, go-go dancer indicted on human trafficking charges

Christopher Lynch, also known as Pasha Nicole, indicted on human trafficking chargesAtlanta drag personality Pasha Nicole and go-go dancer Steven Lemery were indicted by the Douglas County grand jury this morning on charges from aggravated child molestation and human trafficking.

Douglas County DA David McDade told the GA Voice today that Christopher Lynch — who is known as drag personality Pasha Nicole in Atlanta — as well as Lemery were indicted today. Lemery danced at gay bar BJ Roosters in Atlanta under the name Steven Lang.

A total of 18 indictments were handed down against Lynch and Lemery. The two remain in jail and the next step is an arraignment for the two in 30 to 60 days when they will enter a plea of guilty or not guilty, McDade said. The two are accused of keeping minors in Lemery’s home against their will and forced to commit sex acts.