Anna Sorokin, aka Anna Delvey, allegedly bilked banks, credit card providers, hotels and travel companies out of $275,000 in an audacious tale of grift that may soon be showcased on competing HBO and Netflix shows.

But first Sorokin is going on trial in New York. And in the lead-up to her day in state court, papers filed by the Manhattan DA’s office show that Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Lowenstein Sandler and Perkins Coie were also victims of her deceit. Detailing alleged “uncharged bad acts,” the filings say Sorokin owes $160,000 in fees to Perkins Coie, $65,000 to Gibson Dunn, and $30,000 to Lowenstein Sandler.

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