You definitely weren’t alone if you spent last winter bingeing the shocking series following a reporter’s journey uncovering Anna Delvey’s fraudulent activity as she swindled her way through NYC’s most elite socialites.
According to the New York Times, the actual Anna Delvey (birth name Anna Sorokin) was sentenced to four to twelve years for her crimes in 2019. But as of October 2022, she had been released from immigration detention after a judge ruled she was no longer a threat.
Since being released, Delvey remains on house arrest in her Manhattan apartment, has no access to her social media (which garnered over 1 million followers during her time behind bars) and is required to wear an ankle monitor. Yet, that doesn’t seem to be stopping the fake heiress from resuming her role in fabulous affairs…or so it seems.
As first discovered by Eater, an email received by Delvey’s publicist seems to be requesting all the necessary items for a dinner party (i.e. table decor, settings, alcohol) from food and drink brands. The email references the dinner parties as a “salon series,” explaining that “[each] dinner will welcome 10 – 12 VIP attendees including well-known founders, influencers, media, and celebrity talent friend.” Eater confirmed with a spokesperson for Delvey that the series will be by invitation only.
This isn’t the first time Delvey has made plans while under watchful eyes and restrictive circumstances. Just last spring, she hosted an art show while detained, where she sold her prison sketches for around $10,000, reported Page Six. Now they’re even being sold online for upwards of $20,000.
And after watching some of the extravagant events in the show, who wouldn’t be curious to learn more about the real-life Delvey and her “salon series” to come.