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    Anna Delvey

    This is the story of an incredible scam, developed via Instagram by Anna Sorokin, a young woman called Anna Delvey, without faith or law. Unsurprisingly, it has just inspired a series for the Netflix platform.

    For several years, she managed to rip off the elite of New York society. Anna Delvey, whose real name is Anna Sorokin, played the German heiresses to lead the high life, stealing tens of millions of dollars in the process. How could a stranger fool everyone? This is what a series on Netflix tries to trace.

    She invents a character of a wealthy heiress

    Because Anna Delvey had nothing to become a star. Coming from a modest Russian family, she moved with her parents to Germany before settling alone in New York. To realize her dream of being part of high society, Anna invents the character of a wealthy heiress and quickly rubs shoulders with the jet set. To finance her lifestyle, the young woman claims that the money from her inheritance is blocked in an account in Switzerland and regularly borrows thousands of dollars from her friends without ever repaying them.

    WHO IS ANNA DELVEY?

    Anna Sorokin was born on January 23, 1991 in Domodedovo, a working-class satellite town southeast of Moscow. Her father was a truck driver and her mother owned a small store before becoming a housewife.

    In 2007, when he was 16, his family moved to Germany. In 2011, after graduating from high school, she traveled to London to attend Central Saint Martins, then worked as an intern at a public relations firm and moved to Paris to start an internship for the magazine of Purple fashion and that’s where she was born Devey.

    According to the New York Times, after her trip to New York to attend New York Fashion Week 2013, Anna decided to stay in this city pretending to be a wealthy heiress and came up with the idea of ​​the “Anna Delvey Foundation”. . , a private club and an art foundation.

    Gradually, Anna began to work her way into high society circles, made several contacts and began to lead a life full of luxury, and of course, she began to scam important people. In April 2017, he deposited €160,000 in fraudulent checks into a Citibank account, from which he was able to recover €70,000 in usable funds.

    One of his most famous victims was Rachel Deloache-Williams, a former photo editor for Vanity Fair magazine, whom Delvey invited on a trip to Morocco, but made her pay for everything with a promise to pay her back, which never happened. is never produced.

    THE ARRESTATION OF ANNA DELVEY

    Finally, Anna Sorokin She was arrested on October 3, 2017 for two counts of attempted first degree robbery, three counts of second degree theft, one count of third degree theft and one count of service theft. But the most serious was the fraudulent loan application made to the City National Bank and the Fortress Investment Group.

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    On December 18, 2018, he refused a plea deal offering three to nine years in prison, so his trial began on March 20, 2019. A jury later found Sorokin guilty of eight counts and he was convicted. sentenced to a penalty. in a state prison, a fine of €24,000 and restitution of approximately €199,000.

    On February 11, 2021, Anna Sorokin She was released for good behavior and in March she was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for overstaying her visa and awaiting deportation to Germany.

    Where is Anna Delvey now?

    When did Anna Sorokin get out of prison?
    Let’s cut to the chase: No, Anna Sorokin is not in jail yet. At least not in the same prison she was in when she was first sentenced in 2019. Sorokin was paroled in February 2021, after serving three years of her four- to 12-year sentence. The reason for his early release? Your good behavior.

    Immediately after being released, Sorokin paid off her debts. He used part of the $320,000 he received from Netflix for the rights to his story to pay off the $200,000 he owed the banks. Plus, he paid an additional $25,000 in New York State fines. Once his debts were paid off, he moved into the NoMad Hotel in midtown Manhattan, reposting glamorous photos of his life after prison on Instagram. He has given countless interviews and made some bold statements about his experience in prison. In Good Morning America, said his incarceration at Rikers was “therapeutic”. He rented an apartment in Manhattan and began promoting a possible new fashion collaboration with former Hood By Air designer Paul Cupo. He met regularly with his probation officer. Obviously, he hired a videographer to document his new life.

    Unfortunately, it doesnt last long…

    Where is Anna Sorokin today?

    In March 2021, Sorokin was arrested by immigration authorities for overstaying her visa. He had an immigration detainee named after him when he got out of jail, but it’s clear he was in no rush to leave New York. Sorokin was scheduled to be deported to Germany (Auf Wiedersehen, Anna!) on March 26, but remains in US custody because she filed a waiver request, which is essentially the legal release of “please please don’t do this to me”. return to Germany.” Through his lawyer, Audrey Thomas, Sorokin applied for asylum.

    According to court documents reviewed by Esquire, Sorokin sought asylum out of “fear of returning to Germany.” Clearly, Sorokin and his family have received numerous threats “due to media coverage of their crimes” and he fears “retaliation for bringing shame to their country.” Sorokin’s asylum request was rejected in June 2021, but she was quick to appeal. Despite numerous attempts by her attorney to get her released on bail pending a final decision on her appeal, Sorokin remains in custody at the Orange County Correctional Facility in upstate New York. In January, he tested positive for COVID-19 and spent more than a week in self-quarantine. “I’m sure I’ll live, but I haven’t been this sick in years,” Sorokin wrote in a post by Insider. He is still awaiting a decision on his immigration status.

    Will Anna Sorokin be expelled?

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE: Immigration and Customs Enforcement) isn’t necessarily known for its compassion, so Sorokin will most likely end up in Germany. But Sorokin seems ready to fight like mad to prevent that from happening. It appears from court documents that Sorokin and his lawyer are playing the game of “I never received your letter in response to my letter” with the US government. (Sorokin asked the Board of Immigration Appeals to re-issue the decision denying his appeal because he did not receive notice of the decision until after the 30-day deadline to file a motion for However, before they can file the PFR in time, the BIA must issue their decision. So far, they have not done so, and ICE has asked them not to. anyone still reading this?)

    As Sorokin pointed out in his Insider essay Who knows how long this back-and-forth will take to resolve, but in the meantime, Sorokin doesn’t look like he’s breaking out of jail.

    Inventing Anna on Netflix by Shonda Rhimes

    Genius mythomaniac or compulsive crook? While Netflix will broadcast Inventing Anna, a series inspired by the sulphurous journey of Anna Sorokin alias Anna Delvey, spotlight on this false heiress who took the American dream to her own trap.

    Who was chosen for the role of Inventing Anna?

    Julia Garner, from Ozark, Modern Love and Dirty John, has been cast as Anna Sorokin. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that the cast will also include Anna Chlumsky (Veep), Katie Lowes (Scandal), Laverne Cox (Orange Is the New Black) and Alexis Floyd (The Bold Type).

    Anna Chlumsky will play a journalist investigating the case, Katie Lowes will play Rachel DeLoache Williams, Anna’s best friend who was scammed out of thousands of dollars, while Laverne Cox will take on the role of Kacy Duke, a celebrity trainer and life coach, who was also implicated in the scandal. Whatch Anna Delvey on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/81008305

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