Soho Scammer Anna Delvey Hosted A House Arrest Birthday Party And Made Guests Sign NDAs and Asked For Their Social Security Numbers

February 1, 2023 / Posted by:

Anna Sorokin, AKA Anna Delvey–the Russian-born scammer who pretended to be a German heiress to swindle millions of dollars from rich and not-so-rich New Yorkers–celebrated her 32nd birthday while still under house arrest and, according to sources, the party was a great time and featured all the New York glitterati, who handed over signed NDAs and maybe even their social security numbers to Anna upon entry.

Page Six got their hands on the NDA that Anna made her party guests sign. While it seems like a standard NDA, Page Six says that it included one weird thing after the signature, and that was a line asking for their SSN. Page Six hears that people either left it blank or wrote a fake one. Um, Anna is going to try that social security number, even if they just put in random numbers. I hope none end up being actual SSNs, or else Anna may steal the life of some random person in Ohio.

The party took place at “Club House Arrest,” AKA Anna’s apartment. After getting an early release for good behavior, Anna left her 17-month imprisonment and entered into a fight with ICE over deportation before they eventually let her go. It seems she’s staying put for now, but she’s been on house arrest ever since. She’s now banned from all forms of social media, but she can still invite rich assholes over to the party, and they showed out for the scammer:

Photos snapped by Cobrasnake show the bash, which was promoted by The Kollection using an announcement copying a New York Post cover, was attended by designer Cynthia Rowley and her daughter, Rachel Rabbit White, Cat Marnell, Ben Widdicombe, Dr. Alexander Blinski and more, and took place at Delvey’s walk-up apartment.

“The night was seriously somehow magical and full of synchronicities, things kept happening twice, or maybe it just felt like that because the party was so intimate but like a really good night,” one attendee told us.

Another added, “People were waiting outside on the street to get in. There was full door security and a clipboard person. The gimmick of going to Anna’s house is exciting right now.”

One source shared that house-arrested Delvey, who can have people over as long as she doesn’t leave, was “good at choosing a crowd” and served as an “amazing hostess.”

“It was a classic New York house party somehow, even if it was in a one-bedroom it wasn’t stifling,” the source said, “and the ankle monitor over her tights was chic.

“Anyway, downtown is back, baby! We’re post Dimes Square,” the source added. “That crowd wasn’t there.”

The party also included a dinner that allegedly had other idiots in Anna’s building frothing at the mouth to offer up their apartments to her–you know, since she can’t leave the building. But she can film a reality show, and she did:

Earlier in the evening the freed jailbird celebrated her 32nd birthday with an intimate, invite-only “Happy Fucking Birthday” dinner party, which was filmed for her upcoming reality show, “Delvey’s Dinner Club,” hosted by Profanity Paraffins with a menu designed by Chef Ryan Hackney of Citizens & Culture.

Diners included ballerina Violetta Komyshan, Rowley, Kit Keenan, Dylan Kelly, among others.

Her neighbors likely won’t care about the noise because we hear everyone in the building is young and that other apartments made their space available for the dinner portion of the evening.

“She’s a celebrity in the building. She has a little cult.”

There was some good done by the event, as Anna “kindly” asked attendees in the invite to make a donation to Access Justice Brooklyn. Don’t worry, I Googled it, and it’s not a money-scheming front concocted by Anna. It’s an actual nonprofit in New York that provides free services to people.

I don’t actually think that these people need to worry about Anna having their social security number; she’s a changed woman, after all. Now that she’s out of prison, she’s only doing reputable things, like her reality show. Although “reputable” is debatable, so she probably also sold the guests a ton of NFTs and asked them to get in on the start of her new cryptocurrency.

Pic: Janet Mayer/ Images

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