Anna Sorokin, the fake heiress Netflix’s “Inventing Anna” is based on, was released from ICE detention on Friday.

source:daily mail 

Juda Engelmayer, a spokesman for Sorokin, confirmed her release in an email to CNN Friday night.

source:daily mail 

Anna Sorokin, the fake heiress Netflix’s “Inventing Anna” is based on, was released from ICE detention on Friday.

“She will remain under the supervision of ICE, but will be able to fight her deportation free from physical custody,”

source:daily mail 

said John Sandweg, a former acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement who’s on Sorokin’s legal team.

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Immigration Judge Charles Conroy cleared the way for Sorokin’s release earlier this week, setting her bond at $10,000 and requiring her to follow certain conditions.

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Among them: staying off social media and remaining at the same residential address 24 hours a day while her case proceeds.

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The judge’s ruling also said ICE may use an ankle monitor to keep tabs on Sorokin.

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A spokesman for ICE said Sorokin was being released Friday after the judge’s ruling.

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“We are grateful that the Court agreed that her continued detention is unnecessary,” Sandweg said in a statement Friday.

source:daily mail