According to her attorney, fake heiress Anna Sorokin will likely have been deported Since her release from prison last year, the scammer who claimed to be a German heiress was in ICE custody.

An attorney for Anna "Delvey” Sorokin stated Monday that he has not heard from the notorious socialite.

According to her attorney, fake heiress Anna Sorokin will likely have been deported Since her release from prison last year, the scammer who claimed to be a German heiress was in ICE custody.

She scammed friends and businesses by posing as a German Heiress and is now being deported.

Manny Arora, the attorney, stated that he was unable to reach Sorokin, 31 on Monday afternoon.

"Legally, they shouldn't be able deport her before the 19th. Arora stated in a statement that the deportation order was signed on February 17. This gives us 30 days to appeal. We are dealing with bureaucracy and there are many filings in her case, so you never know if there were any paperwork errors. I have not heard from Miss Sorokin today, so I'm working under the assumption that she is being deported."

ICE didn't respond to a request to comment.

After being found guilty of swindling banks and hotels of hundreds of thousands of dollar, Sorokin spent four years in prison.

Sorokin claimed that she was Anna Delvey, a German heiress who had an inheritance of $60 million and was seeking funds to start a Manhattan social club. To fund her extravagant lifestyle, she swindled thousands of dollars from friends and banks as well as luxury New York City hotels.

More than a year ago, she was released on parole. Six weeks later, she was taken into custody because she had overstayed her visa. Sorokin applied to remain in the U.S., and was due for a hearing on April 19.

Sorokin recently participated in a class action lawsuit against ICE over refusing to administer Covid vaccines for inmates. According to the American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit, Sorokin claimed that she contracted Covid-19 after being denied multiple booster shots.

Sorokin's rise to the top of New York City's rich social scene and her crimes were highlighted in 2018 profile in The Cut. This article inspired the Netflix series. Sorokin was paid $320,000 by Netflix and served as a consultant on the Shonda Rhimes-produced series.

A New York Times reporter asked her why she wasn't as "brazen" and "shamless" as she was depicted.

In a TikTok video, Sorokin stated that he doesn't think, like or order people around as much.

Neffatari, Sorokin's best friend and co-worker on "Inventing Anna", told the New York Post that Sorokin had paid her dues.

"She was a good citizen and used the money Netflix provided to repay everyone. Davis stated that she owes nothing to anyone. Davis said, "She has been paid for her crimes. She didn't murder anyone. Although she did wrong, there are others who have done worse.


 

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