Fake German billionaire heiress Anna Sorokin has a courtroom stylist Daily Mail Online

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Fake German billionaire heiress Anna Sorokin has a courtroom stylist Daily Mail Online Published: 18:14 GMT, 28 March 2019 | Updated: 22:38 GMT, 28 March 2019 The fake German billionaire heiress who is currently on trial in New York for fraud has a stylist who is dressing her in labels including Yves Saint Laurent, Michael Kors and for her courtroom appearances.  Anna Sorokin, also known as her alias Anna Delvey, is currently on trial in Manhattan Supreme Court accused of swindling various people and businesses out of tens of thousands of dollars in a 10 month odyssey for a taste of the high life.  The one time darling of the social scene turned heads on the first day of her trial on Wednesday when she showed up to court in a sleek, low cut black Michael Kors dress and a choker.  It was a stark contrast to the Rikers Island prison uniform and unkempt appearance she sported during an earlier court date.  Anna Sorokin, also known as her alias Anna Delvey, has a courtroom stylist to pick outfits her her fraud trial in New York City. She is pictured above on Thursday dressed in a Yves Saint Laurent blouse and Victoria Beckham pants Its since emerged that her attorneys have enlisted the services of stylist Anastasia Walker who has worked with the likes of Courtney Love, T Pain, and G Eazy. The black low cut dress Sorokin wore on Wednesday was from Michael Kors, which she paired with a beige sweater later in the afternoon.  The outfit Sorokin wore on Thursday was an Yves Saint Laurent blouse and Victoria Beckham pants.   It is imperative that Anna dress appropriately for the trial. Annas style was a driving force in her business, and life, and it is a part of who she is, her attorney Todd Spodek told . I want the jury to see that side of her and enlisted a stylist to assist in selecting the appropriate outfits for trial. Her attorneys had also reportedly tried to get her into stilettos but the Department of Corrections deemed them to be too dangerous.  An Instagram account titled AnnaDelveyCourtLooks has since been created and features two variations of the outfit she wore during the first day of the trial.    A bank official testified Thursday about her attempts to secure a multimillion dollar loan as part of a monthslong swindle. Prosecutors say Sorokin used the ruse to bilk money from friends and banks. Ryan Salem of City National Bank said the financial statements Sorokin provided in support of the dollar 22 million loan to open a private arts club didnt add up. Prosecutors say the faux heiress left a significant paper trail in her bid to defraud banks. In one document, she said she had a net worth of nearly dollar 60 million. Sorokins lawyer says she never intended to commit a crime and planned to pay back any money she borrowed.   The one time darling of the New York City social scene turned heads on the first day of her trial on Wednesday when she showed up to court in a sleek, low cut black dress and a choker Sorokin was brought back in court on Wednesday afternoon covering up her dress with a beige H M sweater It is not clear who is paying for Sorokins designer court outfits.  During the trial on Wednesday, the jury heard that Sorokin lived in luxury New York hotel rooms she couldnt afford, promised a friend an all expenses paid trip to Morocco and then stuck her with the dollar 62,000 bill, and peddled bogus bank statements in a quest for a dollar 22 million loan. Sorokins attorney said she never intended to commit a crime.  Spodek told jurors in an opening statement that Sorokin was exploiting a system that was easily seduced by glamour and glitz after she saw how the appearance of wealth opened doors.  He said his client was merely buying time so she could launch a business and repay her debts.  Anna had to fake it until she could make it, Spodek said.  Sinatra said, I will make a brand new start in New York, if I can make it there, I can make it anywhere because the opportunities in New York are endless. Her attorney Todd Spodek said the outfit Sorokin was wearing in court on Thursday was an Yves Saint Laurent blouse and Victoria Beckham pants Her attorney said he enlisted the stylist because Annas style was a driving force in her business, and life, and it is a part of who she is. He added he wanted to jury to see that side of her An Instagram account titled AnnaDelveyCourtLooks has also been created and features two variations of the outfit she wore during the first day of the trial Anna had to kick down the door to get her chance at life. Just like Sinatra had to do it his way, Anna had to do it her way. Sorokin, jailed since her arrest, faces deportation to Germany regardless of the outcome of the trial because authorities say she overstayed her visa.  Her story, however, may stick around given Netflix and HBO are both developing shows about Sorokin. Sorokin made headlines after it emerged she had been posing as Anna Delvey  the heiress daughter of a fictitious billionaire magnate. She is accused of duping elite circles in Manhattan from 2013 until 2018.  Sorokin allegedly talked banks into lending her money to start the Anna Delvey Foundation and skipped out on bills at the end of a weeks long stays in some of New Yorks finest hotels.   She also targeted individuals who she believed would serve her well and got them to pay for things with the promise that she would eventually give them the money back, it is claimed. Sorokin denies the charges and insists she was always trying to be seen as a businesswoman.  The attorneys enlisted the services of stylist Anastasia Walker above who has worked with the likes of Courtney Love, T Pain, and G Eazy It was a stark contrast to the Rikers Island prison uniform and unkempt appearance she sported during an earlier court date. She is pictured above in February during a hearing The comments below have not been moderated. By posting your comment you agree to our . 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