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Anna Delvey Signs Contract for Unscripted Series ‘Delvey’s Dinner Club’
Anna “Delvey” Sorokin has announced that she is producing an unscripted series called “Delvey’s Dinner Club.”
The show will include a throw in the Russian-born “fake heiress”. dinner With “celebrities, tycoons and the upper class” at his apartment in New York’s East Village – all under house arrest.
She will discuss with her guests everything from her time in the criminal justice system and rebuilding her image after being found out to be a fraud, to future plans and daytime isolation due to house arrest.
“There is nothing quite like bringing a select group of friends together to share life stories and enjoy a great dining experience,” Delvy, who just turned 32, said in a release obtained by Page Six.
She explained that she was “grateful for the opportunity […] To bring my vision to a wider audience and get a glimpse of the real Anna Delvi. “
In an exclusive Page Six interview, Delvey further revealed that her ideal guests would be Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Madonna, Elon Musk, Serbian artist Marina Abramovic, attorney and former Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, and author Ottessa Moshfegh.
Other coveted guests include Michael Lewis, author and reporter of The Big Short and founder of FTX Sam Bankman-Fred – although it will be difficult considering he is also under house arrest awaiting trial on fraud charges – and his ex-girlfriend, Carolina Alison.
The series will be produced by Wheelhouse Entertainment, which was created in partnership with Jimmy Kimmel.
Delvi is currently under house arrest after his release From ICE regulation in October.she has spent almost five years in prison for Extorted approximately $200,000 from banks and company, and try to steal millions more.
A companion wearing an ankle monitor is now not allowed to leave her building unless meet her curator. All guests must be approved and arranged in advance.
He is still serving time in prison after his visa expired and is currently trying to stay in the United States.
Earlier this month, her lawyer told Page Six that she was working on a reality show to destroy her “cheating” label.
While Duncan Levine is grateful that Netflix’s “Inventing Anna” paid $320,000 for the right to her life, he explained that it still makes people think she’s a liar.
Levine told us, “Everyone imagines her as that character, an actress, and of course there’s something to these types of shows. She’s really not just the worst thing she’s ever done … She’s a very Great customer. She’s actually really nice and funny and people think they know her because they think of her [Julia] Ghana character.
He further explained that he’s a “completely different guy,” “interesting” and “sees the bright side of things.”
A release date for “Delvey’s Dinner Club” was not immediately announced.