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Anna Delvey—AKA Anna Sorokin, the Soho Grifter—Is Out of Jail

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—has been released from federal jail after being arrested by immigration authorities for overstaying her visa in March 2021.She's out on a $100,000 bail bond, per , and will be under round-the-clock home confinement with electronic monitoring.

But can “Anna Delvey” make ankle monitors chic?“We are extremely gratified by the court’s decision today to release Anna Sorokin,” her lawyer Duncan Levin told the press, adding, “The judge rightfully recognized that Anna is not a danger to the community.”In May 2019, Sorokin was convicted “on eight counts, including theft of services and grand larceny,” says Variety, for the various schemes and scams documented (and lightly fictionalized) in Netflix's limited series . (, non-fiction feature from New York Magazine that made her famous.) Sorokin was sentenced to four-to-12 years at the time; after serving three, she was released on parole for good behavior.

She was then arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers a month later.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.Last month, during her second stint in custody, the fashionable fraudster spoke exclusively to about how she feels the “scammer” label does not apply to her case.  “I didn't scam any of my peers out of any money…all my crimes were against financial institutions,’’ she said, adding, “Secondly, I was never trying to scam them.

I always had a plan and my goal was never to permanently deprive anybody of their funds; I was going to return it. I just chose an unorthodox way to go about it.” Her plan, she claimed, was to build a SoHo House for art.

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