Photo courtesy of Yonhap News Agency Wealthy heiress event. Anna Sorokins expulsion crisis
31-year-old Anna Sorokin, a Russian-German who pretended to be a wealthy European heiress and deceived New Yorks upper class, is in danger of being deported.
The New York Times and The New York Post, citing sources, reported that Soro Kin was released from a correctional facility in New York State the night before and that she was set to board a flight to Frankfurt, Germany, but it was confirmed that she was not actually on the aircraft. .
Her attorney, Mania Arora, told NBC News and others that she had not had contact with Sorokin the day before, explaining that she was working on the assumption that he had entered into her extradition proceedings.
Sorokin, the real-life model for the Netflix drama Making Anna, filed a petition to the court the day before to avoid extradition to Germany, Arora said.
She previously reported that she filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Administration to contest her extradition decision, said Sorokin, where she will remain in her correctional facility until a court ruling is issued.
She tricked the upper class in New York with 70 billion riches
Born on the outskirts of Moscow, the daughter of a truck driver, she immigrated to Germany at the age of 15, where she lives with her family, and then moved to New York in 2014 to impersonate the German heiress Ana Delby, who has a fortune of $60 million and about $74.7 billion, and grew up in New Yorks upper class. cheated against them.
From November 2016 to August 2017, she stayed at several luxury hotels in Manhattan for almost nothing, eating radios, boarding free private jets, and borrowing tens of thousands of dollars from banks. has been investigated as
27 billion loan failure.. 340 million won in fraud damage
New York prosecutors said his fraudulent crimes were worth about 340 million won.
In the name of establishing the Anna Delby Foundation, an art club dedicated to private members in Manhattan, he submitted forged documents and attempted a bank loan of about 27.4 billion won, but in the end failed and was arrested at the end of 2017 on charges of not paying for hotel meals.
Sorokin, who was sentenced to a minimum sentence of 4 to 12 years in prison, was recognized as an exemplary prisoner and served only 4 years in prison. .
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There are also dramas with autobiographical stories.
It is known that Sorokin received about 400 million won from Netflix, which produced the drama Making Ana about his story.
This drama surpassed My School, a Korean drama, and climbed to the top of Netflixs global viewing rankings.