The fraudulent German heiress, sentenced in May to four to 12 years behind bars of $ 200,000 frauds through a series of frauds, will not be allowed to make money from his sensational history, according to reports
Prosecutors have demanded a judge in New York to prevent Anna Sorokin from winning a production of Netflix, which is expected to highlight the extravagant cunning that unloads the woman who claims to be a German heir to the state prison. Sorokin signed last year for the rights to his current disgraceful life story, referring to a state law that forbids criminals to gain from their own prominence.
The so-called Sam's Son law in New York is named after the nickname given to David Berkowitz, who has fatally shot six people and injured seven others in New York in the 1970s. After his capture, New York was the first country to adopt a law that forbids criminals to take advantage of their crimes.
Judicial acts, for the first time reported by the New York Post, show that Sorokin received an initial $ 30,000 from Netflix, who went to her lawyer Todd Spokeek.
Spodek has not returned messages immediately Sorokin has become a rich heiress, known as Anna Delvi, convincing banks and celebrities that he has a $ 67 million wealth abroad that can cover the way he is set for a jet .
She was convicted.
Sorokin "did not have a cent on her name when he was detained."
But one judge ordered her to pay nearly 200 $ 1,000 for restitution after her conviction, including a $ 100,000 loan that has not paid the City National Bank. 19659003] The Associated Press contributed to this report.