Sorokin, who used the name Anna Delvey while scamming more than a quarter of a million was granted conditional release by a judge after posting a bond

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The 30-year-old German national was released in February 2021 for good behavior after serving a portion of a four-to-12-year prison sentence

Sorokin will be confined to her home in New York City for a time after posting a $10,000 bond, will have to wear an electronic bracelet and is prohibited from using social media

Sorokin has spent the past 18 months fighting her deportation order to Germany, lodging a series of appeals

Last November, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) granted Sorokin an emergency request to remain in the United States while her removal was being processed

Sorokin assumed the name Anna Delvey and posed as the heiress to a fortune of $60 million to open the door to New York high society after arriving for Fashion Week in 2013

Sorokin used her extraordinary ability to weave skillful lies to obtain tens of thousands of dollars in bank loans, travel free by private jet and live on credit in Manhattan hotels

Arrested in 2017 and convicted two years later, she inspired television producer Shonda Rhimes to make her the subject of the hit Netflix mini-series "Inventing Anna"