“Fake heiress” Anna Sorokin had a visit with her parole officer in Brooklyn Tuesday — after being sprung from lockup last week.
The 30-year-old grifter, who pretended to be a German heiress named Anna Delvey to bilk $200,000 from banks and businesses, documented her trip from Manhattan to Gowanus on her Instagram story.
“GOING TO SEE MY PO,” she captioned one video from a moving car.
She wrote on another with the Brooklyn Bridge in the background, “BROOKLYN IM COMING.”
Sorokin even posted a clip from inside the Department of Corrections parole office at 15 2nd Avenue, writing, “BK AREA 4.”
The couture-obsessed con artist later told The Post that the meeting with her parole officer “was good” after she stepped out of the building and got into an Uber SUV at around 11:40 a.m.
“I was just checking in,” said Sorokin, who donned sweatpants and a black puffer coat with the hood up over her head.
Sorokin was released early from prison last Thursday following her 2019 conviction for ripping off businesses and banks to the tune of $200,000 as she scammed her way into New York’s high society.
She has since been documenting her time out of the slammer on Instagram, including a trip to Sephora and an appointment to get her hair done.
Ahead of her appointment at the parole office, Sorokin posted a photograph of a salad on her Instagram story, writing, “LOOKING FOR A JOB AS A PROFESSIONAL SALAD PHOTOGRAPHER.”
“GOTTA LOOK GOOD FOR PAROLE,” Sorokin wrote on the snap.
Additional reporting by Natalie Musumeci