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Fake heiress who posed as a German billionaire’s daughter to swindle bank loans, trips and hotel stays looks disheveled as she appears in New York court ahead of her trial

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Anna Sorokin, aka Anna Delvey, appeared briefly in Manhattan Supreme Court on Monday
Fake heiress who posed as Delvey, a German billionaire’s daughter to swindle bank loans, trips and hotel stays
Normally suave 27-year-old socialite, looked disheveled as she appeared in New York court ahead of her trial
The alleged fraudster rejected a plea deal in December that offered only a one year setence, and now faces a jury on multiple grand larceny charges
She looked disheveled as she made a brief appearance before a judge dressed in her beige prison sweats with her hair falling over her face
Sorokin was born in Russia and grew up in Germany as the daughter of a truck driver.
She made headlines following her arrest after it emerged she had been posing as Anna Delvey – the heiress daughter of a fictitious billionaire magnate, that she made up 
In that persona she allegedly duped elite circles in Manhattan from 2013 until 2018 
Her trial was scheduled to start Monday but her attorney and prosecutors spoke with the judge about upcoming dates and agreed for jury selection to occur on March 20.
She also targeted individuals who she believed would serve her well and got them to pay for things with the promise that she would eventually give them the money back, it is claimed   Anna Sorokin, [left], aka Anna Delvey,  is accused of duping elite circles in Manhattan, NY from 2013 until 2018 –  targeting individuals she believed would serve her well and got them to pay her way with the promise that she would eventually give them the money back

They told how she tipped with $100 bills and gave off an air of extreme wealth.
One, who was the receptionist at 11 Howard where Sorokin stayed for a month, told of how she once attended a dinner she organized for a large group at Le Coucou which included MaCaulay Culkin.
Others described how restaurants began calling them after seeing pictures of them with Sorokin on Instagram and asking to be put in touch with her because she had skipped out on her bills.
Sorokin was born in Russia and grew up in Germany as the daughter of a truck driver.
She left Germany in 2011 to move to London where she attended Central St. Martin’s College as a fashion student.
Her father told New York Magazine that they had supplemented her rent and schooling at first and that he was stunned by the news she had been arrested.
‘We always paid for her accommodations, her rent, and other matters,’ he said.
‘She assured us these costs were the best investment. If ever she needed something more at one point or another, it didn’t matter. The future was always bright.’

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