Anna Sorokin — the real-life persona behind the bombshell Netflix series Inventing Anna — is finally sharing the details about her unlikely friendship with actress Julia Fox.
Fox, 33, has been rumored to be tight with the fake German heiress, who served time in jail after conning money out of multiple New York big shots while posing as a billionaire socialite.
Now, Sorokin, 31, has finally shed some light on her connection to the Uncut Gems star, who she claimed offered to adopt her to prevent her from being deported. (Earlier this week, the con artist was released from ICE custody and ordered for deportation back to Germany, which she has appealed.)
"She's been very supportive over the past months and she can relate a bit to my situation," Sorokin — who used the alias Anna Delvey — claimed to the outlet. "She had a couple of boyfriends who were in prison or in jail."
"She always tries to find creative ways to help me. She offered to adopt me. It couldn't happen but it was very sweet of her," Sorokin revealed.
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Meanwhile, Sorokin is still awaiting a decision on her deportation appeal to figure out whether or not she will be heading back to Germany.
She was first taken into ICE custody for overstaying her visa last March, just one month after she was released from prison following multiple charges of theft of services and grand larceny.
In speaking to the publication, Sorokin opened up about her experience in jail, which she claimed was no walk in the park.
"No money in the world is worth going to jail — even for a day," she reportedly stated. "I'm just trying to make the best out of the situation I'm dealing with right now. I could have done so many things differently and I would have never seen the inside of the jail. But it just is what it is."
Sorokin's confession about regretting some of her actions likely comes as a shock to some, considering she has been idolized by fans for her unapologetic persona. However, she made it clear in the interview that she definitely has some remorse for her actions, even if it's not all of them.
"You don't get to press a reset button and go back and fix what you've done in the past," she said, while trying to tell others to learn from her mistakes. "So don't commit any crimes and don't go to jail. It's definitely not worth it."