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After completing ‘Inventing Anna’ you can read the book

“Inventing Anna” on Netflix is ​​everyone’s delicious binge-watching obsession this winter. Starring Julia Garner as Anna “Delvey” Sorokin, 9-episode drama tells the story of a fake German (actually Russian) heir named Anna, who arrives in Manhattan in 2014 and sets out to become a ‘It’ the girl with big business plans and a huge trust fund. The trust fund didn’t exist, the months-long stays at various luxury hotels were never paid, and somehow the checks – or in this case German wire transfers – always sent by mail.

In fact, she is a girl of Russian origin named Anna Sorokin, who moved to Germany as a teenager. As a young woman, she moved to Paris, started using the last name Delvey, found her way to New York and a fascinating legend was born, with an Instagram account depicting a glamorous life on a jet plane. force.

"Invented Anna" tells the story of fake social site, Anna Sorokin. Now a book that sheds even more light on the twisted story.
“Inventing Anna” tells the story of a fake social media site, Anna Sorokin. Now a book that sheds even more light on the twisted story.
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If you find yourself desperate for more Anna content after the end of the series, look no further “My Friend Anna: The True Story of the Fake Heir Who Inducted Me and Half of New York City” (Library Books) by Rachel DeLoache Williams. (Strangely enough, Williams is portrayed unfriendly in the series, while Anna is, at times, presented as more of a feminist antihero than a lying thief.

Anna Delvey smiled as a class from the PS 140 school showed up during her testing session in April 2019.
Anna Delvey smiled as a class from the PS 140 school showed up during her testing session in April 2019.
Steven Hirsch

Published in 2019, the book follows Williams’ friendship with Delvey, who invited Williams on a trip to Morocco, where they stayed at a private mansion worth $7,500 a night at the 5 hotel. star La Mamounia. But complications arise – as they do with Anna – and it turns out her credit card isn’t working. Faced with Moroccan police involvement over nonpayment, Williams presented her own credit card and was assured by Anna that she would pay her back as soon as they returned to the US.

Author Rachel Williams befriends Delvey - and gets burned.
Author Rachel Williams befriends Delvey – and gets burned.
Anna Delvey is wandering the streets again, but now an old con man.
Anna Delvey roamed the streets of the city again, but now an old man.
Steven Hirsch

This was a lie, and Williams left a $62,000 bill, most of it on her corporate credit card. Williams will eventually contact the NY district attorney and assist in setting up an arrest warrant for Delvey.

“This show is going well – selling it as a true story, but also [in the title sequence disclaimer] Williams recently told Vanity Fair news. “In what way is a half-truth more dangerous than a lie?”

https://nypost.com/2022/02/26/after-you-finish-inventing-anna-you-can-read-the-book/ After completing ‘Inventing Anna’ you can read the book

Dais Johnston

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