If you’ve been keeping up even a smidge with the Anna Delvey saga, then you're pretty familiar with the fact that she simply cannot be stopped. And to be clear, we so do not mean that in a good way.
Recently, the German scammer sat down with BBC Newsnight, and well, here's just a few of the gems she gave them.
“Crime pays, in a way.” I mean, no - no it doesn't.
"The prosecution totally misrepresented my motives. They said I paraded around New York, posing as an heiress. What happened was strictly between me and financial institutions, it was none of their business. They portrayed me as a wannabe socialite party girl and that was never my goal.” Beg to differ.
"Others portrayed me as someone very manipulative, which I don't think I am. I was never too nice of a person. I was never trying to talk my way into anything. I just told people what I wanted and they gave it to me, or I would move on." Oof, where to start?!
"I am writing my book, I have my NFT, and my merch, and prison reform. I am trying to turn the attention I am getting into something positive." AKA "some money for myself."
Can't look away from this car crash? Check out her exclusive interview with The Sunday Times in their new podcast, a companion to a feature on her titled "Sorry, Not Sorry," and including such gems as "Sociopath? I see it as a compliment."
Also, if there's any part of you that thinks this girl is at all in touch with reality, I'm just going to leave this here...
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