Anna Sorokin (a.k.a. “Anna Delvey”) is scheduled to be deported to Germany in the evening. The lawyer representing Sorokin has confirmed the publication the fact that she is set to leave the prison located in the upstate of New York around 2 p.m. today “and be taken on an aircraft bound for Germany.” At around this hour, her commissary account was empty and her phone line was disconnected. Sorokin’s ploys and baffling accent were immortalized by Netflix’s “Inventing” Anna when she swindled her way across New York City with nothing except the murmurs from trust funds and designer clothing that look a little like H&M.
Socialite and scammer Anna “Delvey” Sorokin has been released from an upstate New York detention center and is scheduled to be deported out of the US after almost a year in ICE detention according to an exclusive source. The Post.
The actress is expected to take a flight to Frankfurt Monday night, according to sources.
Sorokin 31, who is 31 years old, is believed to be furious over her deportation, as per one of her close sources, since she submitted an appeal to stay at home in the US. The appeal was supposed to be considered on the 19th of April.
She’s been at the Orange County Correctional Facility in Goshen, NY, since March 25, allegedly for having overstayed her visa.
The actress is scheduled to be as a guest on “Call her Mama” Podcast on Wednesday.
The month before, Sorokin — whose life and crimes are celebrated in the Netflix film ” Inventing Anna” — as well as 3 other ICE detainees filed a lawsuit against federal immigration authorities following receiving COVID-19 while in detention.
Sorokin was tested positive for the virus in January. 19 weeks following the time she made a request in writing for a dose to follow-up which was not answered in this complaint, filed with federal court in Federal Court by the ACLU.
The plaintiffs claimed ICE violated their rights under the Constitution as medically vulnerable individuals by refusing to grant them booster requests.
Sorokin moved in New York City in 2013 to start a luxury arts club that was only open to members According to the former defence lawyer Todd Spodek, but things got out of hand.
The woman claimed she was a heiress called Anna Delvey. However, Anna Sorokin was born in Domodedovo which was a town of the working class in the southwest of Moscow. The father of Anna Sorokin, Vadim Sorokin, worked as a truck driver and her mother ran an unassuming convenience store. The family relocated from Russia to Germany in 2007 at the age of 16. Sorokin was just 16 years old.
Sorokin’s closest acquaintance Neffatari Davis has told The Post that the fraudster “has a heart of gold however she is an twisted, dark mind.”
She was able to end with scamming new acquaintances as well as a number of companies which included some of the city’s most prestigious hotels in exchange for $275,000 over the course of a decade-long spree.
A Manhattan jury found her guilty on an attempted grand larceny 3 counts of grand theft as well as four charges of theft.
She was held for almost four years in prison until she was released with good conduct on February. 11, 2021.