Nova York – Anna Sorokin, A Russian immigrant who claimed to be a German heir while practicing fraud after living a glamorous life Us, Released from jail at 11 am on Thursday after spending 3 years and 4 months in jail. Accused of stealing nearly $ 275,000 by cheating luxury hotels, celebrities, banks and even friends, Sorokin returned to Instagram to talk about her experience in prison: “You don’t know what How tired the jail is, ”she wrote in the post, with one of her lying on a bed, wearing a pair of sunglasses.
In a second post, Anna shared an iconic scene from the film Wild Instinct, in which Sharon Stone wore a tight white minidress. The caption “argued the Fifth”, in the possible context of the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution, which deals with guarantees against abuse of state authority, among others.
In a previous post, she addressed a letter to filmmaker Harvey Winstein, who is in jail on charges of sexual harassment. “Dear Harvey, sometimes you feel like the main character Harvey, interruptedThe “Asked Anna, who compared herself to other famous criminals like Lori Laughlin and Bill Cosby.
Sorokin, who introduced himself to the fake ID of Ana Delway, gave birth to a wealthy heir who made rich and famous friends in New York City and carried out scams between November 2016 and August 2017 through false documents. During that time, Anna was able to travel on a private jet for free and lead a life of luxury in Manhattan, without paying any bills.
The Russian, now 30, invented a new identity when she arrived in the United States in 2016, presenting herself as an heir when she was actually the daughter of a former Russian truck driver who was 16 years old She had gone to Germany.
Found guilty of eight of the ten offenses reported by the prosecution, Sorokin was sentenced to 4 to 12 years in prison in May 2019. During the court process, because Anna did not like to wear detention overalls, the defense called a stylist to dress her. Sorokin’s daily look became the subject of an Instagram account.
In New York State Supreme Court Judge Diane Kiesel rebuked Sorokin for being “blinded by the glitz and glamor of New York City” in 2019, before serving the maximum possible sentence.
In jail, Anna declared to American newspaper new York Times Who was “not apologizing”. “My motivation was never money,” Sorokin said. “I was thirsty for power.”
On Thursday, she received “probation for 10 years”, her lawyer Audrey A. Thomas told the agency. France Presse. / AFP and Computer