Anna Delvey memes to keep you busy once you've finished 'Inventing Anna'

The fake Germain heiress is the talk of the internet, and Anna Delvey memes are certainly proof

julia garner as anna delvey in inventing anna on netflix
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Anna Delvey memes are the VIP of internet shenanigans. 

Since you've likely binged Inventing Anna in one sitting (guilty!) and your Netflix queue is now a little bleak as a result, we've graciously decided to fill the void with LOL moments pertaining to the fake German heiress. 

Though, yes, the true story of Anna Delvey (born Anna Sorokin) is disheartening and, quite frankly, unbelievable, once in the hands of Shondaland, the real-life scammer is all anyone can talk about. 

If you're wondering where is Anna Sorokin now, the answer is likely in your newsfeed.



The best Anna Delvey memes on social media:

"Anna Delvey is a masterpiece, bitches," Julia Garner, who plays Delvey in Inventing Anna, proclaims upon her arrival to Rikers Island. 

Likewise, so are these funnies: 

1. Anna Delvey and Simon Leviev

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Talk about a match made in heaven! The Tinder Swindler and Miss Delvey would certainly be two peas in a pod, scamming their way into one another's hearts. 

2. Trust issues

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Chances are if you're all caught up with TV's latest obsession, all-things deception and fraud, you're likely not looking at your interactions the same way. 

3. Who works harder: Anna Sorokin or the devil?

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It's a tough call, but the socialite scammer just might be more merciless than Lucifer himself. Even after being exposed, the real Anna Delvey is still trying to profit off her story now that the series is catching everyone's attention. 

4. Anna Delvey trial photos

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As you recall from the show, Anna was less-than-pleased with the court-appointed outfits. Though they did not match her capsule wardrobe needs, we can't help but notice her actual trial outfits are not that eye-catching. (There, we said it.) 

5. Halloween costume ideas

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One of the easiest Halloween costumes for adults? Anna in a robe. 

6. Tax season moments

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Pro tip: don't pull an Anna on the government. 

7. Anna Delvey and astrology

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Some say Sorokin is a typical Aquarius, one of the air signs who presents a calm, cool exterior and is likely the life of the party. 

Well, the faux heiress was born on January 23, 1991, and these do sound like very similar traits...

Inventing Anna, Netflix

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If you cannot get enough of Anna, be sure to check out My Friend Anna: The True Story of a Fake Heiress, Vanity Fair photo editor Rachel DeLoache Williams' book that details her vacation disaster with the wannabe millionaire that we see played out in the show. 

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Amazon, My Friend Anna: The True Story of a Fake Heiress ($14.69 (opens in new tab)£13.90 (opens in new tab))

Rachel DeLoache Williams befriended wealthy German heiress Anna Delvey, who seemingly had it all. However, upon the all-expenses-paid trip to Marrakesh, where Delvey's credit cards mysteriously stopped working, the true story of the heiress came to the forefront.  

And, unsurprisingly, Sorokin plans to share her experiences with the world. While catching up with The New York Times (opens in new tab) in February 2021, she talks about what she's learned and what's on the horizon—a book, podcast and even something creative with Julia Fox, though she remains mum about specifics. 

"I'm not trying to encourage people to commit crimes. I’m just trying to shed light on how I made the best out of my situation, without trying to glorify it," she told The Times. "This is what I’m creating out of that story."

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos and honed in on astrology coverage within the Life vertical. She's partial to writing pieces about the next big TV obsession—anyone else impatiently waiting for "Conversations with Friends"—and keeping you up to date on new trends like the latest must-have from Zara. 


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