Fake heiress Anna Sorokin warns strangers to stop visiting her in prison
27th October 2020

Fake heiress Anna Sorokin is laying down the law: She will no longer accept randos showing up to visit her while she’s behind bars.

The grifter is currently serving a four-to-twelve year prison sentence for fleecing businesses out of hundreds of thousands of dollars while masquerading around New York City as a wealthy European socialite.

“Please do not show up here unannounced,” Sorokin, 29, warned in a fiery Instagram post Monday. “I am not making the same mistake of not checking the visitor’s identity again, and I won’t be accepting visits from names I don’t recognize.”

She continued, “I’m kind of busy, and showing up here at 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning/New Year’s Day/any day is not the way!”

Sorokin’s bottom line: “All you are achieving by coming here is wasting your time and interfering with my sleeping schedule.”

The notorious hustler rose to infamy in 2019 after being convicted for posing as German heiress “Anna Delvey”  in order to infiltrate high society circles. During her several-years-long scamming spree, the Russia-hailing Sorokin allegedly swindled various businesses out of $250,000 and attempted to lie her way into a $22 million loan for an elite Manhattan art club.

Since then, her “Talented Ripley”-esque ruse has been the subject of multiple books and TV shows — including the much-hyped Netflix series to be produced by Shonda Rhimes.

Sorokin didn’t fade from the limelight after her arrest. The fraudster-cum-fashionista became a fixture in the media for her frequent sartorial meltdowns in court and bizarre Instagram posts despite being in lockdown.

Earlier this month, Sorokin responded to a New York Post article about her being granted parole in February 2021 by uploading a clip from “Legally Blonde” where Reese Witherspoon’s character celebrates getting accepted into Harvard.

In the latest ‘gram post, the societal chameleon dispelled alleged rumors regarding her physical appearance and mental state.

“No, I haven’t gotten fat or shaved my head, and no, I’m not lonely or in dire need of your company,” she said.

It remains unclear whether Sorokin is having a bad “heir day,” however, a rumor began circulating in November that the hornswoggler had gotten married while in the hoosegow. Her lawyer has since denied any nuptial news, telling Page Six that the rumor was in fact “false.”

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