Fake German heiress Anna Sorokin has revealed her next venture – a range of limited edition NFTs and plans to sell her prison stuff and ‘personal sketches’.
The convicted con man remains in jail in upstate New York, awaiting a decision on his deportation case that could permanently oust him from the country.
As that decision looms, Anna is eager to make the most of what could be her last chance at realizing the American Dream.
NFT’s lineup is titled “Reinventing Anna” – a play on the title of the hit Netflix series about her life and crimes.
Lucky bidders will win ‘Access to Anna’ cards which feature a cartoon of her in prison speaking through plexiglass to a visitor with the words ‘you look poor’ written below the cartoon.
“All holders of the Reinventing Anna NFT will have ‘access to Anna’ and a select group of top holders will have access to coveted personal items from her time in prison and personal sketches drawn by Anna herself.
‘Ten gold edition NFTs that are minted at random will grant holders the privilege of a one-on-one call with Anna, and three ultra-rare platinum edition NFT holders will have the opportunity to meet Anna in person, as well as receive a staff package articles,” reads a pitch on NFTs.
A spokesperson for Sorokin told DailyMail.com that those lucky enough to get their hands on it “will have access to coveted personal items from his time in prison and personal sketches drawn by Anna herself.”
In a statement, Anna said, “I see this first drop as an opportunity to connect directly with my audience and take ownership of the narrative that has been largely out of my control until now.
“I’m very excited to join the NFT community and help change the way artists/creators interact with their fans.
“It’s great to be part of something new and innovative.
“A big part of my own story is about breaking the rules and challenging the status quo.
“In this new chapter of my journey, I hope to use my voice for a positive (and legal) cause,” she said.
Anna’s ICE case is still ongoing, but she doesn’t think she should be permanently barred from America.
Either way, she is unlikely to return to her native Russia.
Recently, the con artist held an art exhibit at the trendy New York public hotel to show off some of his prison work.
Unsurprisingly, the person paying the bill says it still hasn’t been paid.
Julia Morrison, an NFT artist based in Los Angeles, later told the New York Post that she put “about $8,000” on her credit card to pay for the evening.
Alfredo Martinez, the co-host, told the Post that the event was still at the “spending money” stage and not at the debtor repayment stage.