According to the Times, Delvey was convicted of theft of services, first-degree attempted grand larceny, and second-degree grand larceny, among others—the latter charge of which could land her in prison for up to 15 years. (This, of course, pales compared to the 40 years that Lori Loughlin and her husband face for their role in the Operation Varsity Blues scam after pleading not guilty to various charges; we’re past the summer of scams and on to the summer of…investigating the scams. ) Her sentencing hearing is expected to take place on May 9, according to CNN.
Delvey was, however, acquitted of two major charges: another count of first-degree grand larceny, and a charge of stealing more than $60,000 from a friend for a trip to Morocco—a saga that was illuminated in great detail in a story for Vanity Fair by the friend, Rachel Deloache Williams. (Williams testified against Delvey during the trial. ) Delvey’s lawyer’s case, according to the Times, rested on Delvey’s intention to pay back everyone she had stolen from—like a really, really hefty I. O. U.
Here's everything you need to know about Anna Delvey's trial: https://t.co/KpPU9pa1ht— W magazine (@wmag) May 31, 2019
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