BUCKLE UP, IT’S GRIFTIN’ TIME. This ep, the girls discuss the faux luxe life of wannabe socialite Anna Delvey aka Anna Sorokin. They talk her Big Three, her Mercury conjunct Uranus placement that helps her play the long con, and how the Sun, Mercury and Jupiter in Libra may have signaled her lies finally catching up with her. // CONTACT YA GURLS // Stalk: @allegedlyastrology on IG + Reddit & @allegedlyastro on Twitter // Mail: email@example.com // Visit: allegedlyastrology.com // Music by: Paul Wierdak
For this week we discuss the awful story of the crimes of Elliot RodgerWe also dive into the crazy story and life of Anna Delvey the 'German Heiress' from New York City.Stream SOS by JUNO on Spotify and check out Laura's new show Little Show of HorrorsBuy our merch https://www.teepublic.com/user/best-served-coldNOTE; Our episodes regularly contain discussions of violence, sexual and physical assault. If this content raises any concerns for you or someone you know, please reach out to some of the following organisations:https://www.beyondblue.org.au/https://www.whiteribbon.org.au/find-help/domestic-violence-hotlines/https://www.lifeline.org Join our Patreon crew for additional content@Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bestservedcold. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
She came to New York to make a name for herself, and despite a little, um, detour on Rikers Island, Anna Delvey succeeded. Netflix and HBO dueled over her life story; people dressed up as the scammer for Halloween. But behind the bravado and the $400 eyelash extensions, what can we say about the real Anna? …Is there a real Anna?Support the podcast! Go to dailyharvest.com and enter promo code criminalbroads to get twenty-five dollars off your first box! (YUM.) And go to sundayscaries.com and use promo code criminal for 25% off your order. (AHH.)Or check out: patreon.com/criminalbroads***Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroadsFind sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode52Music: Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Guilty” by Richard A. Whiting, Harry Akst, and Gus Kahn, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break: “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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This week on Bizarre Buffet the gang sits down to discuss the story of Anna Delvey, AKA Anna Sorokin....the fake German heiress! If you're enjoying this content, please make sure to subscribe to Bizarre Buffet on your preferred streaming platform!Support Bizarre Buffet on PatreonFollow Bizarre Buffet on InstagramLike Bizarre Buffet on Facebook--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marcjenmark-productions/supportSupport the show!: https://patreon.com/bizarrebuffetSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 84 True Crime: Breaking the Façade of Anna Delvey - the Crimes of Anna Sorokin
Crime and Roses
At the Women Tell All, some of the women were fake AF! Fake personalities and crocodile tears. So, Megan tells the story of another faker, Anna Delvey (aka Anna Sorokin). Anna posed as an heiress and lived in luxury in New York City until her world came crashing down around her. Links Discussed in the Episode: New York Magazine Article by Jessica Pressler about Anna Delvey/Sorokin Promo: Wine Dine and Storytime Connect with us at linktr.ee/CrimeandRoses There you can see links to listen and share the podcast and connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Email: CrimeandRoses@gmail.com. Send us crime suggestions and any questions or comments you may have.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimeandroses/support
An exclusive interview with the fake heiress Anna Delvey
Stories of our times
What happened when Laura Pullman met the newly released Anna Delvey (AKA Sorokin) for The Sunday Times? Anna is a modern day Gatsby who scammed New York’s high society and ended up in prison.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one month free at: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes.Guest: Laura Pullman, New York correspondent for The Sunday Times.Host: Manveen Rana.Laura's piece for The Sunday Times is available here.Clips used: ABC, Vanity Fair, EuroNews.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join 'Have you heard about....' host Mahsa and cohost Joe as we do a deep dive on the wild story of Anna Delvey (Sorokin), the fake heiress who tricked Manhattan's elite into believing she was an heiress and nearly got away with it.... until the money ran out. Making headlines again after being released from prison this week, we break down the sordid details, and how she (almost) got away with it.Follow along and let us know what you think on Instagram @haveyouheardpodcastSources:How Anna Delvey Tricked New York's Party People (Jessica Pressler, The Cut)My Bright Lights Misadventure with a Magician of Manhattan (Rachel Williams, Vanity Fair)
Happy Thanksgiving to all our American friends! This week, Kristin tells Mogab the story of Anna Delvy - one of the greatest con artists of our generation, which is saying a lot since Millennials can claim both Billy McFarland from Fyre Fest and Elizabeth Holmes from Theranos. Everyone loves a good scam story. And this is definitely a good scam story. So good, in fact, that Shonda Rhimes is making a show with Netflix about Anna Delvy: the German heiress trying to open her Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good (or something like that...). She lives in New York's fanciest hotels, is at all the best parties, and loves to tip big and take lavish trips with her friends. But weird things keep happening: her credit cards keep getting declined, or she's having trouble tapping into her trust fund, so her friends start covering for her. Only, she's not a German heiress. And she doesn't actually have any money. So how did she manage to con all her friends Into funding this lifestyle she wanted so badly? I want to point people towards the National Center for Victims of Crime, who have a Financial Crime Resource Center. They wanted to provide a resource for victim-centered services in the area of financial fraud and so they produce a guide calledTaking Action: An Advocate’s Guide to Assisting Victims of Financial FraudThis guide is designed to provide advocates with practical victim-centered resources to help navigate the various options available for reporting crimes, protecting other assets and preventing re-victimization. It also offers advice on how to assist with psychological and – where possible – financial recovery.Sources: “How Anna Delvy Tricked New York” by Jessica Presster, printed in New York Magazine“My Misadventures with the Magician of Manhattan” by Rachel Deloache Williams, printed in Vanity Fair“Who Is Anna Sorokin, a.k.a. Anna Delvey, the Alleged Soho Grifter?” by EJ Dickson for Rolling Stone Magazine“Anna Sorokin Was Just Sentenced for Grand Larceny and Theft. Here’s What's Next for the ‘Soho Grifter' by Mahita Gajanan“‘Anna Delvey’ Might Not Profit From Netflix Series on Her Life as a Fake Heiress” by Sharon Otterman of the New York Times. “Anna Delvey Didn’t Look Rich—Which Is Exactly Why She Seemed Like She Was” by Rachel Tashjian printed in GarageAnna Sorokin entry on WikipediaMusic by: pond5.com