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'Fake heiress' Anna Sorokin on life after prison

Anna Sorokin has been released from prison. Sorokin — who also goes by Anna Delvey — was convicted of a scheme where she pretended to be a fake heiress and took money from banks. In her first post-prison interview, Sorokin says being behind bars was "a huge waste of time."

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'Fake heiress' Anna Sorokin on life after prison

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    Sorokin's first post-prison interview

    EXCLUSIVE: 'Fake heiress' Anna Sorokin says her prison sentence was 'a huge waste of time'

    EXCLUSIVE: 'Fake heiress' Anna Sorokin says her prison sentence was 'a huge waste of time'

    Sorokin's now working on "Anna Delvey TV" to take back control of her narrative, as well as a memoir about prison. She also isn't dwelling on the past: "I'm just trying to fix things and move on."

    Who is Anna Sorokin? The story of the 'Fake heiress'

    What happened during SOROKIN's trial

    In May 2019, Sorokin was sentenced to four to 12 years in prison.

    Netflix paid Sorokin for the rights to her life story

    Sorokin was released from prison in February 2021

    Sorokin completed a nearly four-year sentence and was released on parole. Her sentence was shortened for good behavior.

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