Fake German heiress Anna Sorokin was freed from an upstate prison Friday and promptly headed to Manhattan after spending more than a year behind bars, law-enforcement sources said.
The 31-year-old con artist — who became the subject of the Netflix show “Inventing Anna” — was released from the Orange County Correctional Facility in Goshen and driven in a white van to FBI headquarters in lower Manhattan to fill out paperwork, the sources said.
As she was processed for release, Sorokin was asked to produce forms detailing who she’ll be staying with and where under the terms of her home confinement, according to law enforcement sources.
Shortly before 11:30 p.m., she arrived at her new digs in the East Village and told The Post in the apartment building hallway that she was “just happy to be back” in the Big Apple.
Sorokin — who for years scammed wealthy New York socialites by posing as a phony heiress named Anna Delvey — is forbidden from using social media under the terms of her release.
She must also remain under 24-hour house arrest with electronic monitoring, in addition to posting $10,000 bail, according to the judge’s order.
On Friday night, the phony heiress, sporting an ankle bracelet and dressed in all black, vowed to comply with the conditions with her release.
When asked if it’s going to be hard to stay off social media, Sorokin simply said “no.”
She then said “of course not,” when questioned if she’d be tempted to go outside.
Sorokin kept quiet about her future plans.
“I don’t know. We’ll have to just wait and see,” she said when asked if she plans to sell the art she made while being detained upstate by US Customs and Immigration Enforcement.
Sorokin first served four years behind bars related to her years-long scamming spree and was released for good behavior in June 2021.
She was soon rearrested by ICE agents and was detained in the upstate prison for 17 months.