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‘Reinventing Anna’: Scammer Anna Sorokin plans to sell NFTs that grant access to her

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NEW YORK - Anna Sorokin, also known by the alias Anna Delvey, was convicted of eight felony charges in 2019 for posing as a German heiress and taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from friends and businesses.

Now Sorokin, who is currently being held at an ICE detention center for overstaying her Visa in the United States, says she is launching a collection of NFTs.According to the infamous socialite’s website, this will be Sorokin’s first creative endeavor since the world learned her name and "marks the beginning of the next chapter of her life."The 31-year-old plans to offer access to the public to reach her directly through an NFT that can be purchased with cryptocurrency.

Fake German heiress Anna Sorokin is led away after being sentenced in Manhattan Supreme Court May 9, 2019. (Credit: TIMOTHY A.

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