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New York State is reportedly suing Netflix to stop it paying fake heiress Anna Delvey more than $100,000 for her story

Anna Delvey

  • Netflix offered money to Anna Delvey — the woman who pretended to be a German heiress to swindle banks, hotels, and socialites — to make a TV series about her.
  • The fee would be $100,000 for her story, as well as a $15,000-per-episode consulting fee and $7,500 in royalties, the New York Post reported Monday, citing recently-filed legal papers.
  • New York State has now filed lawsuits to stop Netflix from paying Delvey (whose real name is Anna Sorokin) her share, the New York Post and New York Times reported.
  • The state wants to redistribute those funds to Delvey’s victims instead, the read more >>>

    Source:: BusinessInsider.Com