Con artist Anna Delvey announces she is about to drop a podcast and debut music
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Fake heiress Anna 'Delvey’ Sorokin is releasing a podcast and venturing into the music industry.
The Russian con artist will soon unveil her weekly podcast, The Anna Delvey Show, which will revolve around ‘honest, unfiltered conversation that will question traditional notions of what’s right and what’s wrong’.
According to Deadline, Sorokin partnered with Audio Up and Sean Glass’ Reunion Audio for the series.
It will feature guests including Julia Cumming, Whitney Cummings, Julia Fox, Jeremy Harris, Emily Ratajkowski and Kenny Schachter.
It will be all recorded at her East Village apartment, as the 32-year-old is currently on house arrest.
“This will be the first time I have my own platform to share my personal views on the public’s fascination with my life story while in conversation with guests across multiple industries including business, media, entertainment, art and more,” she told Deadline.
“I’m interested in examining how rule breaking can build you up as well as tear you down while also creating a polarizing reaction from the public.”
Audio Up’s Chief Creative Officer Jimmy Jellinek added: “The Anna Delvey Show is a truly visceral experience that taps into the public’s fierce fascination with Anna and her public image. Right or wrong, many of us find ourselves rooting for Anna’s future and that’s what this show examines.”
The fraudster will also release a new single she wrote and produced by Audio Up CEO Jared Gutstadt.
It will be distributed through Audio Boom.
Sorokin was convicted of attempted grand larceny, larceny in the second degree and theft of services in 2019.
The infamous socialite scammed Manhattan’s elite, defrauding hotels, restaurants, a private jet operator and banks for more than $200,000 (£145,000).
She also attempted to take out a $2 million (£1.61m) loan.
While committing these crimes, Sorokin was pretending to be a German heiress with a $67 million (£53.9m) trust fund trying to launch her own elite private member’s club, The Anna Delvey Foundation.
After being convicted, She was sentenced to four to 12 years in prison; but was released in 2021 for good behavior.
However, the Russian native was arrested once again for overstaying her visa after Immigrant and Customs Enforcement (ICE) took her into custody.
In October last year, Sorokin was granted a $10,000 (£8,059) bail bond and released from prison.
She must remain in 24-hour home confinement and not use any form of social media.