Anna Sorokin sues ICE. She claims that she received Covid after her jailers refused to give her a booster shot.

The fake socialite Anna Delvey, now known as Anna Delvey, is currently in custody and facing deportation.

Anna Sorokin sues ICE. She claims that she received Covid after her jailers refused to give her a booster shot.

Anna Sorokin, a fake German heiress, joined a class action lawsuit accusing jailers denial of Covid vaccines to prisoners.

Anna Sorokin is also known as Anna Delvey and the subject of the Netflix series "Inventing Anna." claimed that she contracted Covid-19 after Immigration and Customs Enforcement refused to give her booster shots. According to an ACLU lawsuit.

Sorokin, 31 years old, is one of four plaintiffs named in the civil action against ICE, Acting Dir Tae Johnson, ICE’s parent agency, the Department of Homeland Security, and DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

According to the convicted fraudster, she was given the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine in April 2013.

According to the lawsuit, "Ms. Sorokin made numerous requests for a booster shot." "She never received any response."

Her lawyers stated that she tested positive for Covid mid-January. She experienced "a fever, persistent, cough, nausea and migraines" as a result.

According to civil action, even after being released from quarantine on Jan. 29, she "continued to experience lingering symptoms including fatigue, coughing and brain fog,"

ACLU attorneys stated that Sorokin is currently at the Orange County Correctional Facility, Goshen, New York. She "has many medical conditions that make it vulnerable to serious illness and death," including chronic kidney infection, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and anxiety.

A representative of ICE declined to comment on Thursday's lawsuit, but stated that the agency follows CDC guidance regarding Covid-19.

The CDC recommends that boosters be given to all eligible inmates.

Ramon Dominguez Gonzalez (32), at the Imperial Regional Detention Facility, Calexico, California; Miguel Angel Escalante (36), at the Florence Correctional Center, Florence, Arizona; Kenet Jefet Hernandez Herera (24), at Eloy Detention Center, Eloy, Arizona.

Their attorneys stated that the plaintiffs are "more likely than others" to die from Covid-19 because they live in cramped conditions without boosters.

A New York jury found Sorokin guilty on April 19, 2019, of four counts each of theft of services and three counts of grand fraud.

She was sentenced to 4 to 12 years in prison, before she was freed in February of last year and then taken to federal custody to be deported.

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