Inventing Anna: Fyre Festival Organizer Billy McFarland and Anna Delvey Know Each Other for Real, Could You Catch the Easter Egg?

Inventing Anna: Fyre Festival Organizer Billy McFarland and Anna Delvey Know Each Other for Real, Could You Catch the Easter Egg?

While the world sees them as scammers who churn out thousands of dollars from innocent people, what do two of the most famous scammers think of each other? Or do they ever even know each other? Yes, we are indeed talking about Anna Delvey from Netflix’s Inventing Anna and Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland. So what exactly was the dynamic between these two criminals?

Well, according to the Netflix Original, Anna Delvey and Billy McFarland did actually know each other. In fact, they even had a rather interesting bond. But the question remains, what about their bond in real life? Do the real Anna and Billy know each other? If yes, did they ever try to scam each other? And most importantly, who got the better of whom? Here is everything you’d need to know about the duo.

Inventing Anna: Anna Delvey knew Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland

The show very well portrayed the relationship of Anna and McFarland, and we also saw Netflix‘s Twitter handle post a clip of the two with a caption: “It makes so much sense that Anna Delvey knew Fyre Fest organizer Billy McFarland…” And it honestly makes sense, because the two scammers actually lived together for a good time. And not surprisingly, one of them used some tricks on another.

Inventing Anna subject Anna Delvey scammed the Fyre Festival mastermind for several months’ rent for a loft up in Soho. The report from Page Six reads: “Anna Sorokin managed to bilk months of free accommodation in a Soho loft out of a fellow (alleged) heavyweight con artist, Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland.

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Anna knew people on Billy’s team,” explains an insider, “She just asked to stay for a few days… then she wouldn’t leave. He hinted, the staff hinted. She had Balenciaga bags and clothes everywhere. The company wound up moving into a townhouse. That’s the only way they got her out! She had been there for four months!

It feels as if Netflix is hell-bent on showing us stories of scammers. With the recent releases of The Tinder Swindler and Inventing Anna, tell us which one is your favorite?

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