Inventing Anna: under house arrest, Anna Sorokin taunts those who criticize her

Spread the love

WhenInventing Anna was released on Netflix, Anna Sorokin paid off; the Chronicle. The spectators were numerous at follow the legal journey of this Russian swindler who posed as a wealthy German heiress in New York to defraud his peers. In May 2019, Sorokin was sentenced to a sentence of four to twelve years in prison for his involvement in financial crimes, including robbery; and the flight of a private jet. After four years in prison, she was released. released on bail thanks to their new income. Assigned to; residence, find out how Anna Sorokin now makes a living and taunts her critics.

Inventing Anna: Under house arrest, Anna Sorokin taunts those who criticize her

Inventing Anna, the crazy story of Anna Sorokin

Inventing Anna caused a stir among subscribers to the Netflix streaming platform when it was released. The series told the true story of Anna Sorokin, a woman who went by the name Anna Delvey when posing as a a wealthy German heiress to New York socialites. The Russian-born scammer stole over $200,000 to investors, banks and friends, and ultimately destroyed the lives of many in his innermost circle. 

Since the airing of the series about his story, Anna Sorokin has built a fan base, at like the Tinder Scammer. In May 2019, the month during which her trial, she was sentenced to a sentence of four to twelve years in prison for his involvement in financial crimes, including robbery; and the flight of a private jet. After purging four years, she was then sent to immigration detention for overstaying the duration of his visa. She spent the next 18 months behind bars after a judge determined that she was not repentant. In October 2022, Anna Sorokin was finally released on bail thanks to own money. The only conditions of his release imposed by the judge were that the scammer should wear an electronic braceletand provide the court with a residential address where she would be “confined 24 hours a day for the duration of her immigration procedure”. Anna Sorokin is therefore constantly locked up in her apartment located in downtown that she rents for 5000 dollars a month. She paid; advance the first three months of the six-month lease and was able to find a guarantor. How does she do for cmaintain such a worldly lifestyle after her trial?

Anna Sorokin is still rich thanks to the fans that she found after the broadcast of Inventing Anna

Inventing Anna: Under house arrest, Anna Sorokin taunts those who criticize her

À like all the controversial personalities of which we have been told; history through series or documentaries, Anna Sorokin has found; fans… Many fans. When she was in prison, she began to drawing “works of art” as she calls them and started drawing. to sell them to; distance. His illustrations have already reported $200,000. This sum allowed him to post a deposit and pay the three months' rent that earned him the apartment. I don't know why people are so surprised, it's not like I achieved anything overnight”, he said. she declared; to Variety before adding: “I worked constantly while I was in prison and I sold a lot of my art, I was not not just sitting there doing nothing.” 

After holding a solo art exhibition at NYC in May titledAllegedly,Anna Sorokin has sold the pieces of this exhibition for the past few months by posting them on her Instagram account. She therefore continues to live from the sale of her drawings, which bring her a lot of money. The former scammer also says he wants to organize paid dinners at the restaurant. his home“to support criminal justice organizations such as the Marshall Project, the ACLU and the Equal Justice Initiative (EGI)”. Her dream guests? Anna Wintour, Bret Easton Ellis and Elon Musk: 

I think what I like about [Elon] is that his opinions are very fluid and constantly changing. admit that he is wrong or wrong. change your mind without being tense, as long as you can; its conditions. I feel like few people do ça.

She claims the scams are behind her. His lack of modesty is still very much present: “Everyone says I fall asleep, but I still live better than all of you.” < /em>Voil&àgrave; which is said…