Anna Sorokin, seen in the courtroom during her trial at New York State Supreme Court on April 11, 2019. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images Anna Sorokin, the prolific auburn-haired scammer who conned some of New York’s wealthiest denizens into believing that she was a German heiress with millions of euros to her name, has been found guilty of theft of services, second-degree grand larceny and first-degree grand larceny by jurors in Manhattan. This means that Sorokin, who went by the alias Anna Delvey, is facing up to 15 years in prison pending appeal.While receiving this damning news, Sorokin still managed to retain a sliver of her high-end tastes. This week, she appeared in court wearing a glamorous sheer blouse over a slip dress. Both items were black, as though the former society girl were mourning the life she’d fought so hard for but would never truly have.Subscribe to Observer’s Lifestyle NewsletterThe sentence is a shockingly definitive ruling for the … [Read more...] about What’s Going to Happen to Anna Delvey, New York’s Most Famous Fake German Heiress?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | A Portrait of the White House and Its Culture of Chaos Advertisement Supported by ByPeter Baker and Maggie Haberman April 18, 2019 WASHINGTON — As President Trump met with advisers in the Oval Office in May 2017 to discuss replacements for the F.B.I. director he had just fired, Attorney General Jeff Sessions slipped out of the room to take a call. When he came back, he gave Mr. Trump bad news: Robert S. Mueller III had just been appointed as a special counsel to take over the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election and any actions by the president to impede it. Mr. Trump slumped in his chair. “Oh, my God,” he said. “This is terrible. This is the end of my presidency. I’m fucked.” It has not been the end of his presidency, … [Read more...] about A Portrait of the White House and Its Culture of Chaos
U.S. crime A New York stockbroker tried to frame his daughter for the murder of his wife several years after her death, prosecutors said Monday. Roderick Covlin, 45, is said to have posed as his daughter Anna and wrote a confession note regarding the 2009 death of Shele Danishefsky, the New York Post reported. Read More: Oregon reporter accused of murder held without bail after cellphone records uncle's fatal shooting The confession was written in June 2013 when Anna was 12 years old. It was in the form of an Apple note that synced to her email address, court documents allege. The Manhattan District Attorney's Office said Covlin wrote the note in an effort to confuse investigators and divert suspicion away from himself over Danishefsky’s death. The 47-year-old was found dead in a bathtub in her New York apartment in January 2010. “All of these years I have been so incredibly afraid and guilty about the night my mom died,” the fake confession read. “I … [Read more...] about New York Stockbroker Tried to Frame 9-year-old Daughter for Wife’s Murder, Prosecutors Say
Business | The Rise and Fall of Carlos Ghosn Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Mr. Ghosn, the ousted Nissan executive, wasn’t supposed to succeed in Japan, but he never expected to fail like this. He faces charges of financial wrongdoing at the company he helped save. Credit Credit Kelsey Dake Supported by ByAmy Chozick and Motoko Rich Dec. 30, 2018 Carlos Ghosn was tired. At 64 years old, the chairman of an auto empire that spanned several continents and included Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi wasn’t bouncing back from jet lag the way he used to. Melatonin wasn’t working anymore, and he had bouts of insomnia, phoning his children in the middle of the night or going on long walks around his Tokyo or Paris neighborhood. He planned to retire soon, stepping back from spending his life on an airplane, albeit a luxurious one paid for by Nissan. Last month, just before Thanksgiving weekend, Mr. … [Read more...] about The Rise and Fall of Carlos Ghosn
Searching through the mists of time (36 years ago), and at the 11th hour of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation process, the Left has stage-managed accusations against Trump's nominee. And in this orchestrated accusation, the accuser does not remember the place and the time. Everyone she said knew of the incident denies it. Who knows what happened in this "he said, she said" spectacle? But no one can deny that it's 99-percent political. A California college professor and left-wing donor hired Democratic activist lawyers to manage this smear campaign. She said she did not want her accusation made public, but Democrats leaked her story to their comrades at the Washington Post and she was outed. Next, "drive-by media" like MSNBC will breathlessly report that 54-year-old Brett Kavanaugh kicked a pregnant woman in the stomach 53 years ago. The woman was also a judge, which showed his disrespect for the justice system and women at an early age. All these smears come down to … [Read more...] about Hart: Kavanaugh gets ‘Borked’: That’s your new Democratic Party