The stylish courtroom saga of the "Soho Grifter" is coming to a close. After a month at trial, Anna Sorokin (a.k.a. Anna Delvey) has been found guilty of most of the charges against her, including second-degree grand larceny, theft of services, and one count of first-degree attempted grand larceny.
Unfortunately for her (former) friend, Vanity Fair's Rachel Williams, Sorokin was acquitted of stealing at least $60,000 from Williams, after sticking her with the bill for a luxurious Morocco trip she had originally promised to pay for.
Sorokin was also found not guilty of attempted grand larceny in the first-degree, in regards to a $22 million loan she attempted to obtain.
Nevertheless, her combined jail sentence could reach up to 15 years. She may need to keep that courtroom stylist around - the jumpsuits at Rikers are notoriously unflattering.
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