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"anna sorkin" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"In this episode talking true crime one of the fosters growing genres in publishing podcasting and media right now this week i speak to rachel true deluge williams about her new book my friend anna rachel i met anna sarkin then known as an adobe in two thousand sixteen like many who travelled in manhattan in high society rachel that this ought demanding german heiress was just another rich socialite from europe making the best of the luxuries new york had to offer this shia and a story made headlines around the world when it was revealed that she was not actually a german heiress but a regular woman from russia who defrauded banks of hundreds of thousands of dollars to assume the fake identity in april anna was found guilty of grand larceny and was sentenced to four to twelve years in prison her former friend rachel came into the studio recently and began and by reading an extract from my friend anna you are here to read about anna dalvi an i don't blame you i to found her charming while we were friends. It's the best villains are the ones. You can't help liking despite their malevolence. That was anna's power. I liked her so much that it took me six months to realize allies. My dear friend was a con artist. The truth was right under my nose from the outside. Looking in people may think they comprehend the story of my friendship with anna china. It may seem easy to resume my motivations or assign blame based on stories in the news but nothing about what i went through with anna was simple by telling my story here and all of its detail. I hope people will come to better understand what it was really like to live through this experience ultimately i. I believe that it's natural to want to trust people. I'm not sorry about that. Having this impulsive doesn't make a person stupid or naive it makes her human in in my opinion. It's a mark of good fortune not to have developed type of cynicism that comes with so called street smarts. If you'd asked me before i met anna. I wouldn't have thought i lacked this type of common sense. I was skeptical of strangers suspicious of new people but i didn't see anna coming. She he slipped through my filters. You read about those characters in books. You see them in movies but you don't expect to meet one in real life. You don't think it's going to happen. I've been to you. If you haven't yet had the experience i can tell you. It is deeply unsettling to learn that someone you care about a person you think you know. Well is an illusion it messes with your head. You replayed the scenes. The words the implied understandings you pick them apart. You hold each bit up to the late and ask what if any truth it contains regret isn't unproductive emotion. What's done is done. All any of us can do is choose how to react in each moment informed by the past. We decide how to move forward. I don't have regrets but i can see how this happened and and there is something to be learned from that. I say something which is vague because what i learned seems to evolve and expand with time. I've processed this ordeal l. in waves privately and publicly looking back on different parts. I feel a long way from myself from the way i used to be. This is my story right showed aletsch williams. Thank you very much coming on the guardian books podcast. Thank you so much for having me now. If people get anxious about money matters and i'm sort of one of those people this book he's one of the most unsettling and anxiety inducing books. I think you can you can you can you look back on the time that you need. <hes> and he's an amazing actually that it's only three years ago that you met her anna sorkin on anna delhvi. She's got these two names. Do you think you can pinpoint in the moment now with hindsight on site. When you started syncing that something was wrong yes and no you know i think i can look back on the friendship and reflect on instances where i made a choice to rationalize behavior that maybe didn't jive with my values or the way i operate so she could be rude or entitled then i would think of excuses for her without her even having to say anything you know oh maybe no one taught her manners and the way that my parents did x._y._z. But but it wasn't until long after our chip to marrakesh when i really started to question her identity and the way that she was presenting herself to the world took a trip to our cash that she offered to pay for their money went to this lovely sounding riyadh which was very expensive her credit cards declined and so she asked you to step in as a temporary remeasure and you're reassured that she was going to pay you back and then over the coming months became very apparent that this girl that seemed like this german socialite rich sh- young woman actually possibly didn't have any money at all and you sort of acknowledging that preface that you read that of course people are going to be interested in her and you very in one of the earliest parts that anna was an odd ball twenty six year old fashioned hof foreign and i mean not intrinsically as an anna how to quality that marked has other as outlandish as strange. Can you sort of outline that was. Did you think now that you've noticed that she was possibly sociopathic. Yes that's exactly exactly what i was going to say. Actually i think there was this quality that i couldn't put my finger on. It's what kept me watching. It's i also think part of her charm to the broader our world who's now paying attention to her the way she operates in her own world and her own system her own she she makes up her own rules. She does what she wants. I i still can't quite define it but i think you're right to say that that is part of a sociopaths charm where you can't quite identify what it is but there's something about them that you find transfixed sing and and you kind of get pulled in kind of like a flies apper is and at the time you first met her. You were working at body so you had some exposure to the glitzy side of new york's unit. You knew how these things advocated but it's so interesting now to think in hindsight that she was also an outsider to that world but there was a sort of intrinsic quality cheer an air that she had somehow developed that meant that people met her and just assumed absolutely of course she's in this world doesn't sort of amaze you now that you know she's just a big as bay outsider as you're to that world but she was able to convince everyone that she does have to be the yes <hes> and also no i i think even when i was friends with anna she did seem much like a loner. You know she. I think it's kind of funny in the way that she's been portrayed after this experience when we she's been outed as a con artist looking back there seems to be sort of mischaracterization of her as somebody who was out on the town. Everybody knew her like living this lavish lifestyle. It's it's true. She lived a decadent lifestyle but it's mostly just because she lived in a hotel but she rarely left that hotel and in the time when i was friends with her i really thought i was her only only friend and aside from the staff in this hotel where she lived so and it's funny people i i've now been accused of social climbing through anna but it's so backwards because iraq did vanity fair have wonderful friends. I loved my job and i feel in hindsight like she was using me to sort of access that world or to see how somebody in that world behaved and it's interesting having read other accounts <hes> aside from your own defense ceremony stories about this case one of the the members of staff at the hotel where she was based made note that she realized afterwards that these lavish tips she was getting from anna was was not because she was being generous. Who's buying that time <hes> because she was lonely yeah i think that's true and i think a lot of of anna's generosity maybe stemmed from the fact that i think she enjoyed being able to be the person who could be generous and she wanted to be liked and i certainly we don't wanna fault somebody for being generous but i think as far as the way she operates in the world. It is fundamentally self-serving. I think even her generosity had to do with its usefulness and you say in the book you ended up even developing bad habits when you're hanging out with her drinking a lot more zipping in a lot more things you still sort of talk about her like she wasn't appealing person to be without a certain point. Yeah i liked her. I was friends with her because i liked her. I wouldn't you know have since been accused of hanging out with her because she paid for things but we ate in the same place every night. That's not fine like i was there because i enjoyed spending time with her. You know i appreciated her. Generosity new york probably much in london as a place where you have friends who have more money than you. You have friends who have less money than you. She made it seem so casual and easy and she was so nonchalant about saying. I got you like i know how much money you make. She actually laughed and you you know in an in an example of me rationalizing her behavior her laughter at my annual salary. I listened i i was kind of bruised and offended and and then i thought about it and it was like well now that you mentioned in i do feel underpaid so i kind of even occur laughter as being supportive. When of course i'm sure it wasn't. I don't even yeah right. It's such an interesting idea because she had this great capacity for being really rude thoughtless but there's this attitude the cheetah's well amongst. I guess it a lot of the people that are now have been reflecting on anna people have met her that that's kind of excusable for the super rich that they're all pops a little bit like that. There are a little bit thoughtless of course they forgot the credit card. Yeah it so not excuses not to take away <hes> but you know it was believable say dot fresher but as you say we could justify that behavior by thinking law she's never had to worry about monthly bills and this is just the way that she cannot break because she has a safety net reading the book with hindsight the irony that became aware of honor of course when the case started and reported stuttered reporting back from what from the courtroom room that i truly struggled throughout to find anything appealing about about hannah but is there anything that you consider think back in back on and think that was actually just a genuine an moment yeah i can and and when i catch myself doing that i have to remind me. It's easy for me to fall back into this place where i feel sorry for her or i i. I think she's going to change and i have to really monitor myself in that way but i really liked. Anna was fine and she was smart. She we had this grand idea for this art foundation that on paper or when she would talk about it actually sounded very impressive and like cool idea. I mean many of those places exist so it's not that unique but she would talk about doing these experiential events where she would pull in an artist to collaborate with chef and then she had a way of describing in the world that made you sit there unless i really just enjoyed that that she wanted to share these things with me and that she i felt like i was someone that she was able able to be close to and i i felt that she isolated herself so i took pride and being like there for her and and being a close friend and so this allen dovy foundation which is the main project that she's talking about..

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

"Call to no action is coming from a listener allow. No. And she says it is nothing new noting that on some occasions in history women have foregone sex to protest or push political issues. The former star of charm says her effort is designed to protest strict abortion bans, pass by some states with Republican controlled legislatures days before Milano issued her tweet on Friday judge became the fourth state in the US to man abortions. After a fetal heartbeat is detected that could be as early as six weeks into pregnancy before many women know that they're pregnant I'm Osco bells. Gabriel. A con artist who was sentenced to four to twelve years in prison for swindling banks hotels and wealthy New Yorkers says she's not sorry for anything. She did prosecutors said twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin who was born in Russia used a fake identity as a German heiress to scam victims out of more than two hundred thousand dollars. They said she defrauded financial institutions and socialites into believing. She had a fortune of sixty seven million dollars. Sorkin was convicted last month on multiple counts of larceny and theft and has been in custody since October twenty seventeen arrest. Netflix and HBO are both working on shows based on her scams. Another investigation, I'm Tim Maguire, AP news minute a person in the know tells the AP attorney general William bars appointed John Durman, the US attorney in Connecticut to look into the origins of the Russia investigation. And intelligence collection involving the Trump campaign was lawful and appropriate inquiry is separate from one by the Justice Department's inspector general's office, which is also examining the origins bar said, he expects that report to be done this month or June. President Trump insists the US is benefiting from the coming increase in tariffs on Chinese goods. We take it in tens of billions of dollars. We've never done that before with with China. We've never done that before with anybody, frankly because we've been taking advantage of on all of our trade deals practically his top economic adviser. Larry cudlow said over the weekend that both sides will pay China's announced increased tariffs on sixty billion dollars in US goods. I'm Tim Maguire AP digital news.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

"By a recent classical music concert has been found by the performing arts group that launched search for him the Handel and Haydn society had just finished a rendition of Mozart's masonic funeral at Boston's symphony hall as Sunday when a child blurted out. Wow, W G B H FM which had captured audio of the moment says the child's nine year old Ronin Mateen, and that his grandmother had. Seen a TV report about the society. Looking for the child Stephen McCain who attended the concert with his grandson says Ronin on the autism spectrum and expresses themselves differently from how other people do he also says his grandson's a huge music fan. The president of handling Haydn says he's setting up his fight meeting with Ronin and the society's artistic director who was conducting the night of the performance the society will invite Ronin and his family back to the venue in October. When the twenty nineteen twenty twenty season opens for another Mozart performance. A con artist who was sentenced to four to twelve years in prison for swindling banks hotels and wealthy New Yorkers says she's not sorry for anything. She did prosecutors said twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin who was born in Russia used a fake identity as a German heiress to scam victims out of more than two hundred thousand dollars. They said she defrauded financial institutions and socialites into believing. She had a fortune of sixty seven million dollars. Sorkin was convicted last month on multiple counts of larceny and theft and has been in custody since her Tober twenty seventeen arrest. Netflix and HBO are both working on shows based on her scams..

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

"You're listening to the AP digital news network. A con artist who was sentenced to four to twelve years in prison for swindling banks hotels and wealthy New Yorkers says she's not sorry for anything. She did prosecutors said twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin who was born in Russia used a fake identity as a German heiress to scam victims out of more than two hundred thousand dollars. They said she defrauded financial institutions and socialites into believing. She had a fortune of sixty seven million dollars. Sorkin was convicted last month on multiple counts of larceny and theft and has been in custody since October twenty seventeen arrests net. Netflix and HBO are both working on shows based on her scams. Betting on sports is big business. And Fox Sports is taking a big leap that'll change. How games are broadcast. That work is buying just under five percent of the stars group for about two hundred thirty six million dollars. That's the parent company of the poker stars online gambling giant both companies will offer real money sports betting. This fall in states where it's legal and they're licensed right now. The stars group says it has market access through licensing in thirteen states, and is seeking licensing and others as for the broadcast viewers will now not only see the game, but also get Benny predictions. Foxsports CEO Eric shanks says this will transform the way sports fans consume sports in America, noting that many of those watching are also betting also planned is free to play game offering cash prizes to users who correctly predict the outcome of sporting events. They hope to have both up and running by August or early September before the start of the NFL football season. House committees. And Trump, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute House Ways, and means committee chairman Richard Nielsen subpoenas to both Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, and I r s Commissioner Charles Rettig giving them until next Friday to hand over six years. The President Trump's tax returns Mnuchin rejected earlier requests from Neil House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler, special counsel, Robert Muller will not testify before his committee next week. Now says he's still talking with the Justice department. Any might subpoenaed Muller to force them to appear. President Trump raises tariffs to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods hours later trade talks in Washington failed to reach a deal. Feel Levy was a trade Representative during the George W Bush administration. I think this is going to be directly painful for US consumers, and you as businesses that use Chinese goods it's gonna make US firms less competitive, a Chinese official quoted a quoted by Chinese media says the talks will resume in Beijing. I'm Tim Maguire AP digital news back in a moment. Seven billion humans on earth can all like the same drink..

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

"She did prosecutors said twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin who was born in Russia used a fake identity as a German heiress to scam victims out of more than two hundred thousand dollars. They said she defrauded financial institutions and socialites into believing. She had a fortune of sixty seven. Million dollars. Sorkin was convicted last month on multiple counts of larceny and theft and has been in custody since October twenty seventeen arrests Netflix and HBO are both working on shows based on her scams. A ninety one year old World War Two veteran has finally received his high school diploma. Eight decades after leaving school to support his family pizza bedroom walked across the stage at dairy area high school about forty miles west of Pittsburgh to accept his degree at a special award ceremony alongside Tim was his grandson who will graduate from the district's high school on may thirty first the Tribune review. The vigil was attending eighth grade at the former Derry township high school in nineteen forty when his father died, and he had to leave school to start work. He worked for the railroad until enlisting in the military when the US entered the war earned his GED and says it's something to finally have the diploma. Video news. I'm Tim Maguire, the chairman of the House Ways and means committee, Massachusetts Democrat, Richard Neal has sent subpoenas. The Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

"President Trump's let loose with a barrage of tweets about the China trade war and is AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. And AP fact check shows he sugar coating the consequences for starters, the president's again misstating how tariffs actually work. He tweets massive payments from China are going directly into the US treasury. That's not true American companies pay the terror. And then usually charge consumers higher prices it another tweet he misstated the trade deficit with China and in another he wrote your all time favorite. President got tired of waiting for China to help out and start buying from our farmers. China bought more than nine billion dollars in American agricultural products last year, making it the fourth biggest export market for those goods. Saga megani? Washington. A con artist who was sentenced to four to twelve years in prison for swindling banks hotels and wealthy New Yorkers says she's not sorry for anything. She did prosecutors said twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin who was born in Russia used a fake identity as a German heiress to scam victims out of more than two hundred thousand dollars. They said she defrauded financial institutions and socialites into believing. She had a fortune of sixty seven million dollars. Sorkin was convict. Last month on multiple counts of larceny and theft and has been in custody since October twenty seventeen arrests Netflix and HBO are both working on shows based on her scams house committees and Trump, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute House Ways,.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on AP News

"News network. Walmart says it's raising the minimum age to buy tobacco products and e cigarettes to twenty one starting in July as AP. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. The changes an effort to stop minors from getting hooked the higher age will also be an effect at Sam's Club warehouse stores last month. Walgreens said that it would increase the minimum age for tobacco sales from eighteen to twenty one. And even congress is considering making it national law the community of Beverly Hills, California's going even further just voting to ban almost all tobacco sales with few exceptions starting in twenty twenty one I'm Jacky Quin a con artist who was sentenced to four to twelve years in prison for swindling banks hotels and wealthy New Yorkers says she's not sorry for anything. She did prosecutors said. Twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin who was born in Russia used a fake identity as a German heiress to scam victims out of more than two hundred thousand dollars. They said she defrauded financial institutions and socialites into believing. She had a fortune of sixty seven million dollars. Sorkin was convicted last month on multiple counts of larceny and theft and has been in custody since October twenty seventeen arrests Netflix and HBO are both working on shows based on her scams house committees and Trump, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news at House Ways, and means committee chairman Richard Nielsen subpoenas to both Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig giving them until next Friday to hand over six years. The President Trump's tax returns Mnuchin rejected earlier requests from Neil House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler, special counsel, Robert Muller will not testify before his committee next week. Now says he's still talking with the Justice department. And he might subpoenaed to force them to appear. President Trump raises tariffs to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods hours later trade talks in Washington failed to reach a deal. Phil Levy was a trade Representative during the George W Bush administration. I think this is going to be directly painful for US consumers, and you as businesses that use Chinese goods it's gonna make us firms less competitive, a Chinese official quoted eight quoted by Chinese media says the talks will resume in Beijing. I'm Tim Maguire AP.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Until twenty twenty to see what the outcome of the next US, president presidential election will be Iran doesn't want to negotiate with potentially one term president. And I think that for some conservative members reruns political establishment negotiating with with President Trump is personal this administration has been quite aggressive in their rhetoric against Iran. And so obviously from their perspective, it would be it would be more. They believe that maybe working with the democ a democrat a new starting on a new slate at could be to their advantage in something they could sell inside. It's quote, a while to waste though and foil, President Trump faces troubles on his own domestic scene. He could quite easily use an international structure. And I I want to get your thoughts on a rather provocative headline. I read about this story. It was a think piece as it were. But this think piece on the question if the US. And around could be headed for war that is provocative. I think we have to be a bit careful. Everyone has maybe becoming a bit hysterical. I don't think that the Iranians or the United States is heading directly to war. And why do I not think that well, the US president has campaigned and been very clear that the US is trying to disengage militarily in the Middle East. So this would be against one of his campaign promises. And he's about to enter into another campaign. He likes to demonstrate accountability, the Iranians also don't have military, symmetry and know that they wouldn't be able to survive at conventional war with the United States. So. The problem here is that esscalation in many of the different theaters where both Iran in the United States, operate quite closely with that could be Iraq that could be in the Persian Gulf that could be with forces in Syria that could be over the Yemen war. There could be some sort of escalation, and so the increase in rhetoric that we're hearing with president a secretary of state Pompeo saying if one single American gets injured, we're going to take that as provocation is to really send strong signals to Iran, be careful don't do anything. Silly in order to again expand your leverage in this period. So I think the the very heavy language where hearing in the precedent in immediate statements are because of that, okay? Okay. Thank you very much for joining us with your thoughts. Here's what else we're keeping an eye on on today's globalist. The United States has started to apply a twenty five percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports after failing to agree a trade deal with China it more than doubles the rate of ten percent which had been in place. China's says is deeply regrets the move and that will take necessary counter. North Korea has fired what appears to be too short range missiles in its second such test in less than a week. There's tensions between Pyongyang and Washington re escalate after President Donald Trump walked out of peace talks, the US also said that it had ceased a North Korean cargo ship on suspicion of violating sanctions and a woman who pretended to be a wealthy heiress and defrauded New York hotels and banks out of two hundred thousand dollars has been sentenced to four years in prison twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin apologize to the court for what she called her mistakes. Among her misdemeanors were faked loan applications and Vance checks. Nah. Netflix has bought the rights to tell her story from New York magazine, which helped to uncover us. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. Next to the murky world of policing the internet next week New Zealand's, Prime minister just center are done and the French president Emmanuel Macron attend to call on tech executives to eliminate the publication of extremist online content. Good move. You might think..

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. China is threatening to respond to hire. US tariffs imposed this morning on two hundred billion dollars worth of goods imported from China earlier this week President Trump warrant he would make the move after the US trade Representative accused Beijing of backing off commitments made in previous trade talks NPR's, Jen. Newman says officials from both countries are continuing to negotiate. They gene officials are in Washington attempting to reach an agreement that would address US concerns about Chinese business practices, including intellectual property theft and state subsidized companies a White House spokesman says officials from both countries met Thursday night. But agreed to continue discussions on Friday. Stocks in Asia ended the day mostly higher the Russian woman who pleaded guilty in Washington to conspiracy to act as an agent of Russia is speaking out Berea Boutin says she was not paid by any Russian official. And that nobody directed her work in the US put Tina spoke to NPR's, Mary Louise Kelley tina's is now serving an eighteen month sentence for her role in carrying out an unofficial influence campaign. But in an interview from prison, she denied she was part of a wider Kremlin effort to interfere in the twenty sixteen election, and she denied point blank that she is a Russian spy or that she was helping dente by Americans for Russian intelligence to recruit. This is NPR news from Washington and this is morning edition on WNYC in New York at five thirty one good morning. I'm Kerry Nolan more than four years after the death of Eric garner. The New York Times reports that NYPD officers are still using choke holes when detaining suspects the department is banned chokehold since nineteen Ninety-three, but reporter Elie Winston says some police admit to employing the technique Kirpal officers will tell you is that when you're in a street by the suspect with some of their to cetane sometimes. They're not able to control them and bring down and the streets. Like the times found that the number of chokehold complaints filed with the city has dropped from a high of two forty four and twenty fourteen to one hundred thirty three last year. A woman struck by cyclist in mid town last month has died. Donna Sturm fractured. Her skull and fell into a coma after she was hit at a crosswalk during her lunch break, the cyclist forty year old Damian toward remained on the scene. Was this you to ticket for running a red light Sturm who is sixty seven years old died over the weekend from her injuries. And NYPD spokesperson says no charges have been filed. The crash is still under investigation rental prices arising in many parts of New York City because changes in the tax code have made people anxious about buying. That's according to a recent report by the brokerage Douglas element which shows that the federal government's recent elimination of the local tax deduction has led to a decrease in the number of homeowners. Jonathan Miller wrote the report, he says, landlords know. Longer feel like they need to offer incentives like one month rent or waive fees. We're seeing that occur because landlords are more emboldened by the stronger demand that they're saying that stronger demand is largely coming out of the sale market. The report focuses on rentals in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and queens, and the so-called socialite Griff for Anna Sorkin is getting four to twelve years in prison for defrauding New York banks and hotels the fake German eras appeared in state court yesterday after being convicted for multiple counts of grand, larceny, and theft of services. The twenty eight year old was found guilty last month. For swindling two hundred thousand dollars through a series of scams defense attorney said she intended to pay.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Wins. News time three thirty three. Here's your chance to check out. Previously lost piece of fine art thought to be the work of one of Italy's most renowned painters. The public will get a rare look at what some experts believed to be a genuine Caravaggio here in New York before it goes up for auction for a price estimated in the stratosphere to find something like this in this condition is just everybody's dream. That's Adam Williams president of the gallery. Displaying the painting on east eightieth street. It's back story is fascinating as the artist. Chenier? Marco barb went to an attic in France patriots behind. Mattress some simple cleaning the story of Judith in hall of furnace came to life real. Or not the beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. Juliet Papa ten ten wins on the upper east side wins news time three thirty four the day of reckoning arrives. For Anna Sorkin, the convicted twenty eight year old con artist has been sentenced to four to twelve years in prison. So where can pass herself off a wealthy? German heiress Wendling tens of thousands of dollars from banks and hotels, New York. She had faced up to fifteen years on the most serious charge alone. When handing down the sentence today. Judge Diane Kiesel said she was stunned by the death of the defendants deception, and she turned down a request by Sorokin's lawyers that she'd be sentenced to time served so Arkan's been imprisoned since her arrest October twenty seventeen today in court. She apologized wins news time three thirty five duty calls for Britain's Prince, Harry who made a quick trip to the Hague just days after the birth of his son. Correspondent Tom rivers reports. He was there to signal. The one year countdown to the next Invictus Games. A competition for injured service members in invent near to his heart. We all mooning the countdown to the fifth Invictus Games and up sturdy thrilled. The many more wounded injured and sick seven men and women will.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"So thank you. Thank you for being there didn't have a penny. This woman comes from very humble roots in Russia, and she'd left Russia or Germany, I guess where she was at at that point for an internship in Paris at purple magazine, then she relocated to New York in twenty fourteen. She is like the female wanna be Billy McFarland like if it was well before fire fest that he got caught and she just got caught too soon. Maybe she would have made it there. Maybe we would seen the next fire fest two point, oh, she was going in the same direction. She clearly wanted to dominate the nightlife thing she wanted to party. She wanted to be the coolest person in the room. She wanted to be the female Billy, or at least what he was pretending to be right. And she didn't just didn't quite get. I mean, it's like if we'd given her a couple more years, I believe we would've seen Sorkin do something worthy of an incredible documentary. Speaking of which AJ shonda rhimes. James has acquired the rights to the New York magazine profile that was written about miss, Oregon, and is developing a Netflix original series based on it tied. I definitely wanna watch that. So we got that to look forward to which is going to be cool and Lena Dunham is reported to be working on a separate project about antidote v based on an account in Vanity Fair, which I'm gotta assume the one that we did is our read of the week. So we're getting the the fire fest treatment with the two different iterations. And what's interesting to me? Well, I don't know if either one will be a doc, right? It says Netflix original series. You might be like even cooler than documentary. It might show inspired by what happened. I'll watch that too. I will for sure. And then it's really interesting to me that these like, okay? So the rights to the New York magazine profile, and the Vanity Fair piece had to be bought to even delve into the story. I'd never realized I was an option. Maybe I should start writing articles about cons. So that I can maybe. The rights purchased at some point to be turned into a movie, there is a million more things you can read about this story. Okay. The the Anna Sorkin, Anna Dovy all of it is is intense. There's actually not a whole lot on Wikipedia. Also, if you're going to Wikipedia when you're high go use that as the jumping off point for your young the basics of the story or whatever. And then go from there delve deeper read, the New York Times piece, I was talking about go back and read the Vanity Fair piece. The Mike abroad is a read of the week. So long ago, if you need a refresher, you know, at Ross, I I can see the bigger lesson to be learned just in this whole article, what is it Assad from like, the money, embezzlement, or the larceny or whatever? So many people strive to live this fancy luxurious lifestyle. They wanna be high status. Yes. Everyone wants to be. They wanna live. Dash and important. Yeah. Yeah. You mentioned on the show before and this this particularly pertains to college students. Yeah. People there are about to leave college like myself. You mentioned before that's important to not try to be like that and live within your means for sure because the harsh reality for many, many of us is that you're not gonna be making a ton of money right off college. Now, you're very lucky if you do if you if you do then, you know, props to you, but is very likely that you'll have to live a very humble modest lifestyle. Probab- probably be, you know, reasonably reasonably frugal do your spending habits with Heisman with how you you know, budget your money and whatnot. I could've made more work in. It is like the manager at McDonalds, maybe even a fry cook than I did my first year working in media. Yeah. So as wanna make the point there. No shame in making small amounts of money as long as it's putting you on the path that you wanna be on. And that's exactly what I was trying to get. Yeah. So many of us try to live outside of our means, dude. It's that you end up digging yourself into a deeper hole. And then then then look at you now. Like, you're in debt..

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"People suggested he called Joe Biden something that rhymed with sleepy. But he thought that was too nasty. So he decided to call him sleepy. Joe? Instead more from Bob Costantini, the only other democratic contender who has gotten so much attention from President Trump is the man he labels crazy Bernie, and he called into Fox News Hannity program. Thursday night asked about Biden Joe over the years. He's not the brightest lightbulb in the group. I don't think has named that. They know they coming on with a little cute statements about made statements were the former vice presidents trying to make the case. The next year will provide a battle for the heart and soul of America. Biden was at a fundraiser in Philly last night. His first official campaign rally is in Pittsburgh on Monday, Biden grew up in Pennsylvania. When time seven forty nine the number of dead and the Sri Lanka Easter Sunday church and hotel massacres has been revised downward. It's still had two hundred fifty three a ringleader was killed in the terror. Attacks says Sarah Basset reports this is leader of a local militant Mohammed Zarin was killed in Shangrila hotel bombing Colombo when of three luxury hotels three churches that target police confirmed he perished in the attack on an official Twitter account, and that they have also arrested the second in command. They believe the militants received some if they weapons training sees estrellas prime minister Scott Morrison says it has been confirmed militants was supported by the Islamic state group. Authorities say more suspects could be on the run, and they say that they are targeting sleepers who could try to launch another round of town. Tax. The archbishop of Colombo has just announced there will be no mass. This sunday. When time seven fifty borough of Glen rock, New Jersey is considering renaming Columbus Day indigenous peoples day Italian American coalition board member Andre d'amico. An American and Italian American celebrated and. A good idea to pit one group against the we have no objections of celebrating digits people. Why do on the same day the mayor and council England rock are talking about the possibility any change to the name of Columbus Day would not happen until next year? Mayor Bruce Packer says he's proud of the respectful debate. Despite differing views that fake heiress has been convicted of Hatton jury yesterday found Anna Sorkin, guilty of swindling friends and businesses out of more than a quarter of a million dollars by posing as a German heiress than spending their money on the high life. She could get up to fifteen years when she sentenced next month wins news time, seven fifty one. Information from the ram trucks traffic.

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Anna Sorkin, Hatton And Million Dollars discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Anna Sorkin, Hatton And Million Dollars discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"That fake heiress has been convicted of Hatton jury yesterday found Anna Sorkin, guilty of swindling friends and businesses out of more than a quarter of a million dollars by posing as a German heiress than spending their money on the high life. She could get up to fifteen years when she

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Closing arguments are expected to begin in the case of an alleged scam artists who prosecutors say tried to pass herself office at German heiress testimony, wrapped up yesterday in the fraud trial of Anna Sorkin here in Manhattan. She opted not to take the stand in her own defense. Prosecutors say Sorokin swindle people and businesses out of two hundred seventy five thousand dollars so that she could live the high life in New York. Cops in California say they found the woman who abandoned bag of newborn puppies near a dumpster last week in Coachella fifty four year old Deborah sue COE. Well, could face up to seven counts of animal. Cruelty officials also found thirty eight other dogs at call wells home which were described as not in great condition. They're now at an animal shelter the puppies, by the way, or with a rescue grouping bottle fed because they're so very young Democrats are planning their next move. After the release of the Muller report. House speaker Nancy Pelosi at a conference call with Democrats urged them to focus on investigations rather than impeachment of President Trump. Correspondent Lauren FOX has targeted. The Democrats could be former White House counsel. Mcgann, former special counsel, Robert Muller and attorney general William Baugh. We heard yesterday on that call that Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the judiciary committee, basically announced he planned to subpoena. Don, Mcgann, he also wants to hear from Muller and bar. You also had people like Richard Neal talking about the fact that he's going to continue fighting for the president's tax returns, the house oversight committee Elijah Cummings arguing that he's going to move forward with his investigations into the census into the cost of prescription drugs and into security clearances at the White House how that process is working out. Any impeachment effort led by House Democrats likely fail? Republicans in the GOP controlled Senate of indicated they have no desire to remove the president from office. Russia has announced that President Putin plans to meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong on Thursday in Vladivostok on the Pacific Ocean. They say the focus will be on North Korea's nuclear program is the first one on one meeting between Putin and Kim Kim two summits with President Trump at the latest in Vietnam in February collapsed. That was because North Korea wanted more sanctions relief than the United States is willing to give for the amount of nuclear.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on KOMO

"Today is scheduled first pitch of Ford ten of course for the Mariners. They're looking to run their record to three know after that two games sweep against the as over in Tokyo. So that unusual schedule here in the spring of twenty nine team. But thanks kick into gear as of today. Former mariner Robinson canot in his first at bat for his new team. The New York Mets hitting a home run today against the Washington nationals March madness and the BULLDOGS tipping off at four zero nine in Anaheim against Florida state in the Sweet Sixteen the team that knocked out this eggs last season in the Sweet Sixteen. So certainly Mark fused guys thinking about payback and advancing to the elite eight among the other games today. Oregon taking on Virginia more sports in thirty minutes. Schrage here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. I'm Tom Glasgow. Global news time to eleven a woman accused of being a fake heiress. Has faced a judge ABC's. Paula fares explains from the outside Anna Delhvi appeared to live a life of glamour, the globetrotting German heiress sporting designer clothes stain and fancy New York hotels at rubbing shoulders with the who's who of the Manhattan social scene, but prosecutors say that Delhvi whose real name is Anna Sorkin is a scam artist who stands accused of stealing two hundred seventy five thousand dollars from banks hotels and friends all part of an elaborate scheme to keep up her illusion of grandeur claims Sorkin denies I think that there's a lack of intent for any of the crimes in the indictment of what she did do is take advantage of a system that basically opened their arms and doors to anyone who had the appearance of being rich prosecutors allege among other things Thorkild told banks she was a German heiress in an attempt to secure a twenty two million dollar loan to open a private club. She stiffed a friend with a sixty two. Thousand dollar Bill after inviting her on an all expenses paid trip to Morocco and never paid for thirty five thousand dollar plane that she chartered to Omaha. Authorities also say she deposited bad checks and transferred the money before they bounce to help foot the thirty thousand dollar Bill. She racked up at the hotel. She was living in. Twenty-eight-year-old appearing in court for the opening statements of her trial on Wednesday. We're her defense attorney argued she never intended to commit a larceny saying she came to the US and was just buying time. So that she could launch her own business and was planning on repaying her debts. There is no way that she could have committed this crime the banks did not do diligence. They didn't look into anything. Because if they did they would know that these are inaccurate documents to the defense that she didn't intend to steal it. And she had every intention of repaying is not a compelling defense at all Sorkin story. I made headlines in New York magazine last year. Copy, I abo- shonda rhimes.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Also northbound exit fourteen in Norwalk and our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS. And now the five day forecast for Michael Seaney, partly cloudy and quite chilly overnight tonight, low thirty five in central park, tomorrow morning, sunshine fading behind increasing afternoon. Clouds milder, tomorrow, high fifty four mostly cloudy, Thursday night, low forty eight Friday, mostly cloudy and warmer with a shower in spots across northern New Jersey and the Hudson Valley, High sixty three Saturday, partly sunny and warm high near seventy Sunday, more clouds and sunshine, a cooler day with a couple of showers around high fifty nine Monday, mostly sunny and cool high fifty one was thirty eight right now rela Gordian feels like thirty one with the wind. Chill. It's eleven twenty. Tonight's Powerball jackpot swertz seven hundred fifty million dollars making it the fourth largest in US history. Folks dreaming about what he would do if all their numbers numbers match. I would take all my bills and then treat myself. Yeah. That dreamer down in cherry hill, south jersey. And the odds of winning tonight, the Powerball one and two hundred and ninety two point two million. So keep dreaming and now to New York City hall earlier today, the six foot five inch mayor de Blasio declared today, we're here to honor someone who has brought politics to new heights, even at my size. I look up to Robert Carnegie the six foot ten inch corner. Geeze message to kids is no matter what kind of package you come in. You can make a difference. But even as he was honored, the council members seemed to be looking over his shoulder at a seven footer in central Europe. They're promoting some guy in Croatia right now who they think is there's a third. Level legislator somewhere who's really tall. But we would have I to do this New York leaves as it always does a playful de Blasio pulled a special step out of the podium and stood on his tiptoes next to Carnegie. Nice. I want to announce that I have one. World record at city hall, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight now to twenty eight-year-old Anna Sorkin accused of telling a tall tale dig it. Jed off tomorrow cash as a German Harris living, ten months worth of the New York City highlife, even if she's now accused of being a life now Sorkin charged with ripping off people and businesses to the tune of two hundred seventy five thousand dollars living in luxury hotel. She cannot afford promising a friend a free trip and then sticking with the Bill and showing off phony Bank statements to try and get a twenty two million dollar loan all accusations there. Well, her attorney at our trial Wednesday said Sorkin was just faking it until she could make it. Now, he argued this is a civil not criminal matter. Jurors will now decide it's eleven twenty two Turkey grilled cheese from the kitchen table in New York City. Rachel Ray misses Rachel on the radio say, yes. Take a little bit of softened butter spread across the breadth. Then you're gonna put your buttered sides. To build a grilled cheese sandwich. Green cheese, Swiss cheese. Turkey. Quick pickled onion pickle in your. Over a moderate sheets gave the cheese time..

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Licensed in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty Millfield temperature in midtown this morning. Twenty five degrees wins news time five forty eight. They used to be the bane of anybody. Trying to sit for a quiet dinner robo calls. These days there are nuisance on our cell phones. And New York lawmakers want finally hang up on them. New York state Senator brand Brad Holman of Manhattan tells ten ten wins. The federal government should have taken this issue on a long time ago and may have failed miserably. That's why so many of us are still getting calls on our cell phones on our landlines and making daily life nearly impossible New York lawmakers are now pushing a lot to outlaw the unwanted calls and impose strict fines on telemarketing companies as much as two thousand dollars per call. They say the federal telephone consumer Protection Act just hasn't protected consumers wins news time five. Forty nine about the flying public now as Boeing seven thirty-seven, max planes remain grounded, a Senate subcommittee investigates airline safety today. Here's Mark Remillard. The Senate transportation's aviation and space subcommittee said to hear from the NTSB department of transportation and the FAA as it probes commercial airline safety. The hearing comes following two deadly crashes of Boeing seven thirty-seven max aid planes, which has left the fleet of max planes, sitting on tarmacs nationwide, the F as acting administrator Daniel L, well is expected to testify and will likely be asked about reports that the FAA may have delegated some of its regulatory and certification duties to Boeing from Capitol Hill to the White House where President Trump today awards of posthumous medal of honor to staff sergeant Travis Atkins for conspicuous gallantry in Iraq in June of two thousand seven the thirty one year old from bozeman Montana died saving fellow soldiers from an Iraqi suicide bomber. Wins. News time five fifty here at home a different kind of danger at the tanning salon twenty two year old Jake Gabler Kaladze of wantagh who worked for beach. Bum tanning on Hempstead turnpike is facing charges for allegedly taping a woman customer while she was in a private tanning room. He's also now accused of doing the same thing at tanning salons in levittown Seaford, and also in plain view, I suppose it fake heiresses set to stand trial in the city today. Twenty-eight-year-old Anna Sorkin was jetsetter who claimed she was a German heiress and allegedly built friends banks and hotels to the tune of two hundred seventy five thousand dollars wins. News time five fifty one Wednesday morning to the ram trucks traffic center. Karen stewart?.

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"anna sorkin" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"anna sorkin" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And we're back thank you sponsor so nef's version of the story kind of begins to unravel the same way that did for racial which is having to pick up a big bill for a pricey meal sounds like they went out to this big meal the waiter came back to a station and begin entering the credit card numbers so basically it sounds like anna gave him a bunch of credit card numbers and had the waiter put a bunch of them and see if they would work and none of them did says i started to sweat because i knew the bill was mine the amount of the bill was about three hundred dollars which isn't a lot of money compared to the other bills that anna was racking up but it was a lot of money for somebody like neth who ended up having a cover the bill interest in doing so made her feel sick but after all the money and it's bent on her she understood that it was her turn yeah i can i can see that too like you don't want to argue about money necessarily with someone who has been at least in your understanding paying for the bill up in to that point exactly exactly and yeah that's really when things sort of took a turn and really for what i think was really the hard part here was this idea that this was so intersected with nef's work because she was staying at the hotel where network and so at one point they realize anna has no credit card on file and she'd basically been living in this hotel and the management of hotel came to nap to help us sort it out and they were like did you did you know this person was staying with a credit card like bubbubba and then a classic scammer move when this was brought up to anna by neth anna compensated by buying bottles of expensive champagne or the hotel staff thinking like oh if i get them a pricey gift maybe that will smooth things over and didn't pay and eventually they locked her out of her room again with scott pruitt happened to him too more similarities more similarities so in april and deposited one hundred and sixty thousand dollars with a bad checks into the same account and able to withdraw seventy thousand dollars from medicare out before they were returned and that's how she managed to pay off her hotel so again really like moving money around using one scam to pay off another person that she had scammed and again keep in mind natalie anna were really cozy they were buddy buddy and network at this hotel so of course it got her into all kinds of hot water with her job i'm sure neck rates in the cut that at one point they called her into the office may said did you know about this she says she started tying laughing and she says that he thought it was kind of a boss move so now that i really see eye to eye here in a kind of way where even though it's a massive scam you kinda gotta respect it yeah it's pretty impressive just the level of the scale and to have so many people sort of pulled into it there's a part of part of you that sort of has to has to respect i gotta give credit where credit is due on this one so later and deposited too bad checks into an account she had at signature bank netting her eight thousand two hundred dollars and this is how she ended up being able to take what she called a planned trip to california where she was arrested outside of passages in malibu and brought back to new york where she faced six counts of grand larceny and attempted grand larceny in addition to theft of services according to the indictment and the cut got to the real anna behind the scam anna sorkin who was born in russia in one thousand nine hundred eighty one and moved to germany in two thousand seven when she was sixteen with her younger brother and her parents and attended high school in ice filer a small working class town sixty kilometers outside of colonia near the belgian and dutch border she is not actually aris her dad worked as a truck driver and later as an executive at a transport company until it became insolvent in two thousand thirteen whereupon he opened a heating.

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