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Crime Stories with Nancy Grace: ‘FAKE Heiress’ Gets Netflix $$$ PAYDAY $$$

Anna Sorokin conned her way into Manhattan society. As Anna Delvey, a German heiress, she swindled banks, hotels and friends out of more than $200,000 dollars. She forged checks to get money from banks and charmed people into paying for extravagant meals and travel.

Sorokin was convicted on a handful of grand larceny and theft of services charges. After serving her time, the 31-year-old was released from prison, only to find herself back behind bars. This time, she is fighting being deported to Germany for “overstaying her visa,” but again Sorokin has fallen on her feet, landing a deal with Netflix for the rights to her life story.

Inventing Anna is a new docu-series from creator Shonda Rhimes.

Joining Nancy Grace Today:

Wendy Patrick– California Prosecutor; author of “Red Flags,” & Host of “The Answer” on KCBQ Radio; Twitter: @WendyPatrickPHD
Jim Ellis – Certified Fraud Examiner, Former FBI Agent (29 years), JKE Texas Private Investigator
Rebecca Rosenberg – Fox News Digital Crime Reporter; Author: “At Any Cost;” Twitter: @ReRosenberg

Additional Guest 

  • Dr. Donna Rockwell – Clinical Psychologist (Michigan/New York) Specializes in Celebrity Mental Health; Adjunct Faculty: Saybrook University: College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences, DonnaRockwell.com; CEO/Founder: “Already Famous with Dr. Donna”

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” on Fox Nation is also a national radio show heard on SiriusXM channel 111 airing for two hours daily starting at 12 p.m. EST. You can also subscribe and download the daily podcasts at iHeart Podcasts.

[Featured Photo: FILE – In this April 25, 2019 file photo, Anna Sorokin, who claimed to be a German heiress, sits at the defense table during jury deliberations in her trial at New York State Supreme Court, in New York. The New York Attorney General’s Office recently invoked a state law that forbids criminals from profiting off their crimes in a court challenge to a Netflix deal Sorokin signed last year. Prosecutors say proceeds from the production should go to the Manhattan banks and hotels Sorokin defrauded out of nearly $200,000. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)]