In an exclusive interview with Forbes, the fake German heiress known as Anna Delvey discusses her lucrative art career and her new reality series.
Anna Sorokin, the fake German heiress known as Anna Delvey who was convicted of fraud and was accused of scamming her way through elite New York City circles, will be the subject of a new reality show, which will be filmed while she’s on house arrest as her immigration case plays out.
Called Delvey’s Dinner Club, the series will film inside Sorokin’s East Village apartment—where she has been living since October, when she was released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody in New York— according to a press release.
Sorokin will host dinner parties at her home, where “actors, musicians, founders, socialites, journalists and other esteemed guests” will eat around “a private-chef catered table” for “candid conversations where no topic is off-limits,” and will also feature interviews with Sorokin and her guests.
Read the full story on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/marisadellatto/2023/01/25/anna-delvey-sorokin-lands-her-own-reality-show-while-shes-under-house-arrest/?sh=3cd256448a2c
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