The world got to know the infamous story of Anna Sorokin/Anna Delvey thanks to Netflix’s amazing attempt at creating the series Inventing Anna. Well, even though a sizeable chunk of people believe it was all indeed true and Anna actually conned the people of New York. There is still a group of people, and, of course, Anna Sorokin herself, that the entire story of her posing as a German heiress is fake. But what exactly is true? What should you believe in? And what does Anna have to say about it exactly?
Well, to answer the very question of the story being real or fake, Anna Sorokin made an appearance on a Podcast and talked about it. Revealing the truth about the whole German heiress trope. The mist of confusion is finally cleared and we have a solid answer over the dramatization of the story. Here is everything that Anna had to say about it!
Anna Sorokin clears her side of the story regarding Inventing Anna
Netflix is slowly but steadily showing the world the potential of the true-crime genre and how amazing it can be. And a prime example of that is Inventing Anna, which tells the story of Anna Delvey/Sorokin, who conned the people of New York and got them to give her hundreds of thousands of dollars. In the year 2019, Sorokin was found guilty of duping over 200,00 thousand dollars.
During a recent appearance on the Call Her Daddy podcast, Anna Sorokin spoke about how real the whole dramatization was. Speaking over a video call with Alex Cooper from an ICE detention center in upstate New York, Anna addressed the hot question once and for all. Cooper asked her about whether the part where Anna posed as a German heiress was real or not. To which Sorokin replied with a clear, “no”.
When asked if she ever introduced herself as a German heiress, then also she denied it. “No one introduces themselves like that,” replied Sorokin. “Like, what kind of sentence is that? It’s completely ridiculous.”
However, you can go stream the dramatized version of Anna Delvey in Inventing Anna on Netflix.