Fake German heiress Anna Sorokin has filed a suit against her former lawyer, asking a judge to hold her in contempt for allegedly withholding recordings of her deportation hearings and some of her personal belongings, new court papers show.
The 31-year-old “Soho Grifter” — who was the subject of Netflix show “Inventing Anna” — says lawyer Audrey Thomas is violating a July 27 court order that she transfers all court files to Sorokin’s new lawyer by Aug. 5, according to her Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit from Friday.
While Thomas sent two batches of documents on Aug. 8 and 9 to Sorokin’s new lawyer, she apparently hasn’t turned over “any of the digital audio recordings of [Sorokin’s] Immigration Court hearings. Nor did the packages contain any of [Sorokin’s] personal belongings,” the suit claims.
Despite requests for the alleged missing information, Thomas claims she provided all the documents she has.
Sorokin says Thomas has a vendetta against her for having called her an “ungrateful b—h” in the media.
“Thus, it is clear that [Thomas] is still deliberately withholding items from [Sorokin’s] case file,” the filing claims.
Thomas “has not complied with the terms of that order, and for that reason [Sorokin] institutes this special proceeding to punish [Thomas] for contempt of court,” the suit claims.
Sorokin also wants the judge to force Thomas to turn over the audio recordings and her personal belongings, the court papers says.
Sorokin has previously made similar accusations against Thomas in her criminal case but the