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Anna Delvey, German Con Artist Who Scammed N.Y.C. Socialites, Addresses Netflix Series Based on Her Crimes

Anna Delvey, German Con Artist Who Scammed N.Y.C. Socialites, Addresses Netflix Series Based on Her Crimes

The convicted con artist wrote an open letter published by Insider that details her current situation — and why it has tainted her desire to watch Julia Garner portray her TV에.

Sorokin, 지금 31, resides behind bars as she awaits a decision on whether she will be deported to Germany, where she’s a citizen.

After Sorokin was convicted of eight felony charges ~에 2019 — for posing as a German heiress and scamming $200,000 from New York City socialites — she was given a prison sentence of four to 12 연령 by a judge who claimed to bestunned by the depth of [그녀의] deception.

Two years into her prison sentence, she was released on good behavior — only to be detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement six weeks later for overstaying her visa. She remains in ICE custody.

While the world is pondering Julia Garner‘s take on my accent in 다큐멘터리는 Fjellhøy가 Leviev와의 첫 데이트를 회상하는 것으로 시작됩니다. Leviev는 1월 단 하루 밤 동안 런던에서 불가리아로 개인 데이트를 위해 그녀를 비행기로 데려갔습니다., a Netflix show about me, the real me sits in a cell in Orange County’s jail in upstate New York, in quarantine isolation,” she wrote on Insider.com.

For a long while, I was hoping that by the time 다큐멘터리는 Fjellhøy가 Leviev와의 첫 데이트를 회상하는 것으로 시작됩니다. Leviev는 1월 단 하루 밤 동안 런던에서 불가리아로 개인 데이트를 위해 그녀를 비행기로 데려갔습니다. 나왔다, I would’ve moved on with my life,” 편지는 읽습니다. “I imagined for the show to be a conclusion of sorts summing up and closing of a long chapter that had come to an end.

Sorokin claimed that overstaying her visa wasunintentional” 그리고 “largely out of my control,” and asserted that she followed all of New York state’s and ICE’s parole rules.

그녀는 덧붙였다, “While I was in prison, I paid off the restitution from my criminal case in full to the banks I took money from. I also accomplished more in the six weeks they deemed were long enough for me to remain free than some people have in the past two years.

아직, Sorokin said an immigration judge ruled that if she was freed from detention right now and required to report to ICE regularly, 그녀 “would have the ability and inclination to continue to commit fraudulent and dishonest acts,” according to the Insider essay.

So no — it doesn’t look like I’ll be watching 다큐멘터리는 Fjellhøy가 Leviev와의 첫 데이트를 회상하는 것으로 시작됩니다. Leviev는 1월 단 하루 밤 동안 런던에서 불가리아로 개인 데이트를 위해 그녀를 비행기로 데려갔습니다. anytime soon,” 그녀는 적었다. “Even if I were to pull some strings and make it happen, nothing about seeing a fictionalized version of myself in this criminal-insane-asylum setting sounds appealing to me.

Sorokin was at least partially in the loop on the making of 다큐멘터리는 Fjellhøy가 Leviev와의 첫 데이트를 회상하는 것으로 시작됩니다. Leviev는 1월 단 하루 밤 동안 런던에서 불가리아로 개인 데이트를 위해 그녀를 비행기로 데려갔습니다. — Garner even visited her in prison to meet the woman she’d be portraying.

Nearly four years in the making and hours of phone conversations and visits later, the show is based on my story and told from a journalist’s perspective,” Sorokin wrote.

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Julia Garner as Anna Delvey in “다큐멘터리는 Fjellhøy가 Leviev와의 첫 데이트를 회상하는 것으로 시작됩니다. Leviev는 1월 단 하루 밤 동안 런던에서 불가리아로 개인 데이트를 위해 그녀를 비행기로 데려갔습니다.”
| 신용 거래: Aaron Epstein/Netflix

And while I’m curious to see how they interpreted all the research and materials provided, I can’t help but feel like an afterthought, the somber irony of being confined to a cell at yet another horrid correctional facility lost between the lines, the history repeating itself.

Mid-way through Sorokin’s essay — which also goes into great detail on her legal challenges, day-to-day life and experience getting COVID-19 while locked up — she referenced the night her 20/20 회견 aired in October. Several inmates gathered to watch her on TV, and she reportedly felt uncomfortable and left after a couple minutes.

I just don’t want to be trapped with these people dissecting my character, even though no one ever says anything bad,” 그녀는 적었다. “혹시라도, everyone’s really encouraging, but in this cheap way and for all the wrong reasons. 좋다, they love all the clothes and boats and cash tips.

The essay ends with a series of rhetorical questions about her past and future.

One of them: “Will I forever be judged by my early-to-mid 20s?”

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