Anna Sorokin Bio
Anna Sorokin (born January 23, 1991), better known as Anna Delvey, is a Russian-German woman who was involved in the socialite scene in Manhattan. In 2018, she was charged with multiple counts of grand larceny for allegedly scamming wealthy New York City business acquaintances and several hotels.
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Anna Delvey wiki/bio
January 23, 1991
|Home town||Eschweiler, Aachen|
North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Early life and Anna Sorokin education
Sorokin was born in Russia, and her family moved to Germany in 2007 when she was 16. Sorokin graduated from high school in 2011 and then moved to London to attend the Central Saint Martins art school, but dropped out and returned to Germany.
Anna Sorokin Career
Sorokin started as an intern at a public relations firm in Germany and then moved to Paris to become an intern for Purple, a French fashion, art and culture magazine and soon changed her name to Anna Delvey.
Arrest and Anna Sorokin fame
Furthermore, According to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, the damage might be as high as $275,000.
Delvey initially faced three counts of misdemeanour theft of services due to complaints regarding stays at the Beekman Hotel and the W Downtown as well as a meal at the Parker Méridien hotel in New York.
In 2018, New York published a profile about her life, business dealings, and arrest. Shonda Rhimes acquired the rights to the New York magazine profile and is developing a Netflix Original series based on it. Lena Dunham is reported to be working on a separate project about Delvey, based on an account in Vanity Fair.
Trial and Anna Sorokin Charges
Moreover, On December 18, 2018, Delvey appeared in New York City Criminal Court and rejected a plea deal that would have her released from jail and deported back to Germany in early 2019. Delvey decided to go to trial and a March 20, 2019 date was initially set by Judge Diane Kiesel. Jury selection began during the week of March 17th.
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