Judge sentences fake German heiress Anna Sorokin to 4 to 12 years behind bars
Prosecutors say Sorokin conned her way into living a jet-setting lifestyle in New York, asking friends to front big bills that she never paid back; Laura Ingle reports.
Russian-born scammer Anna Sorokin is fresh out of jail and live-blogging her new life in New York City on social media.
On Tuesday she was en route to Brooklyn for a decidedly unglamorous check-in with her parole officer.
FILE – In this April 25, 2019, file photo, Anna Sorokin, who claimed to be a German heiress, returns to the courtroom during her trial on grand larceny and theft of services charges in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)
FLASHBACK: ‘FAKE SOCIALITE’ WHO ALLEGEDLY SWINDLED VICTIMS OUT OF $275G REFUSES TO TAKE STAND
The 30-year-old grifter, who pretended to be a German heiress named Anna Delvey to bilk $200,000 from banks and businesses, documented her trip from Manhattan to Gowanus on Instagram.
“GOING TO SEE MY PO,” she captioned one video from a moving car.
She wrote on another with the Brooklyn Bridge in the background, “BROOKLYN IM COMING.”
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Sorokin was released early from prison last Thursday following her 2019 conviction for ripping off businesses and banks to the tune of $200,000 as she scammed her way into New York’s high society.
The couture-obsessed con artist has since been documenting her time out of the slammer, including a trip to Sephora and an appointment to get her hair done.
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