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“Fake heiress” Anna Sorokin is looking for love after lockup.
“Looking for a boyfriend,” Sorokin wrote to her more than 3,000 followers on Twitter Saturday night.
Some people on social media responded with more sarcasm than sincerity — some alluding to her 2019 conviction for defrauding businesses and friends out of about $200,000 by pretending to be a fake heiress.
“I’m pretty good at scheming, if you’re planning on doing more of that in the future and need an assistant,” wrote Twitter user Simon Sankoff.
“Don’t do it, it’s a trap,” another user warned would-be Valentines.
Sorokin, also known as Anna Delvey, was released early from Albion Correctional Facility in upstate New York on Thursday for good behavior.
She served less than two years out of her full four- to 12-year prison sentence.
The wannabe socialite, who pretended she had access to a 60 million euro fortune, posted on Instagram the hardships of prison life hours after her release.
“Prison is so exhausting, you wouldn’t know,” she captioned a photo of her in bed with oversized sunglasses.
Sorokin told the Board of Parole she planned to live with a male friend upon her release, but authorities have said she will likely be deported to Germany very soon.
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