Thursday 19 May 2022 09:16 PM Fake heiress Anna Delvey announces she's set up her own LAW FIRM payable ... trends now

Thursday 19 May 2022 09:16 PM Fake heiress Anna Delvey announces she's set up her own LAW FIRM payable ... trends now
Thursday 19 May 2022 09:16 PM Fake heiress Anna Delvey announces she's set up her own LAW FIRM payable ... trends now

Thursday 19 May 2022 09:16 PM Fake heiress Anna Delvey announces she's set up her own LAW FIRM payable ... trends now

Fake German heiress Anna Delvey claims to have founded her own law firm, from her prison cell.

Despite having no legal training, and still being held at a correctional facility, Delvey announced her new law firm Delvey & Daughters - 'Double D' for short - in a public statement on Thursday.

The firm is payable through Dogecoin and can be reached through 1-800-BETTER-CALL-ANNA, a play on the Breaking Bad spinoff series Better Call Saul which chronicles a crooked attorney.

While Delvey's law firm announcement is clearly as fake as her German heiress claims, it appears to be a dig at her legal representation. 

In her statement, she admits that 'jail is not a great look for a lawyer but... it merely means I have more time to focus on solving my clients' issues as opposed to waiting time on pointless dinners and small talk.'

In fact, her current attorney, Manny Arora, seemed stunned and a little frustrated by the revelation when reached by DailyMail.com.

She told us that she had not been informed of Delvey's apparent new career ambitions and that it was 'impossible' for her to found a law firm. 

On Thursday Sorokin, also known as Anna Delvey,(pictured in court in 2019) announced the launch of her new law firm Delvey & Daughters, PLLC

On Thursday Sorokin, also known as Anna Delvey,(pictured in court in 2019) announced the launch of her new law firm Delvey & Daughters, PLLC

'Today I am so very excited to launch my own legal practice: Delvey & Daughters, PLLC, or short

'Today I am so very excited to launch my own legal practice: Delvey & Daughters, PLLC, or short 'Double D' Warning: Highly Litigious,' she said in a statement

Delvey, is currently in ICE custody awaiting deportation back to Germany in Orange County Detention Center in Goshen, upstate New York, released the statement to Business Insider reporter Jacob Shamsian, who covered her criminal trial in 2019.

'Today I am so very excited to launch my own legal practice: Delvey & Daughters, PLLC, or short 'Double D' Warning: Highly Litigious,' she said. 

'I'm now available to litigate any dispute, no matter how big or small, a-z you name it, I got it. Full-spectrum legal coverage from someone who's been there before.'

In her statement, Delvey, actually pointed to her criminal history as a selling point for her qualifications as an attorney.

'Some may say that being in jail is not a great look for a lawyer but I'm once again expecting to prove my detractors terribly wrong- it merely means I have more time to focus on solving my clients' issues as opposed to waiting time on pointless dinners and small talk the rest of the world is subjected to on (a) daily basis,' she said.

Sorokin has been held at the Orange County Correctional Facility in Goshen, New York since March 2021 for overstaying her visa

Sorokin has been held at the Orange County Correctional Facility in Goshen, New York since March 2021 for overstaying her visa

Delvey touted her free unlimited access to the Lexis Nexis - a database for public and legal records - at the 'courtesy of the state of NY' - where she is being held in prison.

She also said that anyone can pay for her services exclusively through the cryptocurrency Dogecoin. 

Delvey, 31, has been held at the Orange County Correctional Facility since March 2021 for overstaying her visa.

Sorokin grew up in a working class suburb of Moscow, the daughter of a truck driver whose mother ran a small convenience store. The family emigrated to Germany when she was 16.

She did not have a college degree or a substantial amount of wealth.

But in 2013, Sorokin traveled to New York City to attend New York Fashion Week, and ultimately stayed, pretending to be 'Anna Delvey' - an heiress with a $60m trust fund in Europe - as she scammed her way to expensive trips and hotel stays, ripping off her best friend along the way.

The scam has now been memorialized by the Netflix show 'Inventing Anna,' based on journalist Jessica Pressler's New York magazine story, which brought her scheme to light.

She was first arrested in July 2017, A&E reports, after she skipped out on thousands of dollars in unpaid bills at two New York City hotels - the Beekman and the W New York - and dined and dashed after eating lunch at Le Parker Meridien hotel.

Sorokin was scheduled to appear in court in September that year, but never showed up.

A few months later, in October, the Manhattan District Attorney set up a sting operation with the Los Angeles Police Department and arrested her again.

Delvey was convicted of fraud in 2019 over the long-term scheme that has since been depicted in the Netflix series 'Inventing Anna', starring Julia Garner

Delvey was convicted of fraud in 2019 over the long-term scheme that has since been depicted in the Netflix series 'Inventing Anna', starring Julia Garner

Delvey remains at the Orange County Detention Center in Goshen, New York (pictured in March 2022)

Delvey remains at the Orange County Detention Center in Goshen, New York (pictured in March 2022)

According to the indictment, City National Bank allowed Sorokin to overdraft her account by $100,000.

She managed to keep $55,000 in the account but 'frittered away these funds on personal expenses in about one month's time' with fancy hotel stays, high-end fashion purchases and sessions with a personal trainer.

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