‘Fake heiress’ Anna Sorokin keeps busy on social media after release from prison

“Fake heiress” Anna Sorokin got out of prison last week and went on the hunt for a boyfriend, the New York Post reported.

Still going by “Anna Delvey,” the name she used when she conned businesses and friends out of nearly $200,000 by pretending to be a millionaire, Sorokin posted on Twitter that she was “looking for a boyfriend” on February 13. On Valentine’s Day, though, she posted the hunt for a boyfriend was “on hold” because she was “too busy.”

Sorokin, 30, was released early from Albion Correctional Facility on Thursday for good behavior, as CrimeOnline previously reported.

On February 15, Sorokin “lost interest in acquiring a boyfriend, looking for a job now” and noted, “The only job I’m willing to accept at this stage of my career is @GoldmanSachs creative director.”

This week, she posted all the Anna Delvey related domain names she was acquiring, saying, “I own myself across the board.”

The responses to her boyfriend Tweet — reposted on Instagram — were largely sarcastic.


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Sorokin, who pretended to be the heiress to a 60 million euro fortune, served less than two years of her four- to 12-year prison term. She told the New York Board of Parole she planned on living with a male friend after her release, but the Post reported that authorities say she is more likely to be deported to Germany.

She had a little something to say about that on Twitter, too.

“Only agreeing to go back to Europe when they give Black people reparations #oneday,” she tweeted. 

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[Featured image: Anna Sorokin during sentencing on May 9, 2019 (Steven Hirsch/New York Post via AP, Pool)]