The socialite, who scammed many people in New York City, is apparently angry over the decision, a source told the outlet.
Sorokin was hoping to stay in the U.S., as she put in an appeal, which was supposed to be heard on April 19. Now, it looks like that it out of the question.
Sorokin has been at the Orange County Correctional Facility in Goshen, N.Y., since March 25 for allegedly overstaying her visa.
In early February, Sorokin — who was sentenced to four to 12 years in prison for grand larceny and theft of services convictions — sued Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and she claimed that she contracted COVID-19 after agents refused to give her a booster shot.
Sorokin is the main subject of Inventing Anna, which premiered on Netflix in February and focuses on how she got away with not paying for hotels for months on end, and she claimed that she was a German heiress, which was far from the truth.
She spent nearly four years in prison before she was released on good behavior on February 11, 2021.
Rachel Williams, who used to work at Vanity Fair, befriended Sorokin, but their relationship ended on a sour note, as Sorokin never paid her back for a trip they took to Morocco.
"The story keeps going on and on much more than I anticipated — a close friendship was about three months or so has taken on far more years than I anticipated, so it just goes to show you that small decisions have a really big impact," Williams said on 60 Minutes Australia. "She was definitely one of a kind and she had this sort of gravitational pull towards her — it kind of just made you sit there and stare at her and kind of figure out what was going on. I guess it was charisma. It relates to a certain type of personality that I would today call probably a sociopath. I think that is how the sort of smoke and mirrors of how this illusion works."