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Fraudster Anna Delvey talks to Harvard MBA students
Convicted fraudster, fake economist, prison artist, reality star and recent downtown party host Anna Delvey may add another improbable reference to her burgeoning resume: a Harvard speaker.
Party Six has learned exclusively that the plans for Delvey go hand in hand is currently under house arrest, speak in an MBA class at America’s most prestigious university.
This won’t be the first time Delvey, who partied in New York’s elite social circles and randomly selected luxury hotels out of thousandshad a chance to shape the young minds of the Ivy League.
Last September, she spoke virtually from the ICE detention center with students in an “Introduction to Reporting” class at Columbia University.
When asked what question she would like reporters to stop asking her, she replied: she apparently he said, “If I’m sorry.”
A source tells us that Delvey also spoke to some NYU students about their thesis, and the University of Oxford in England also contacted them.
Kim Kardashian also spoke at Harvard Business School this month in a “Moving Beyond DTC” class as part of the school’s no-credit intensive short programs. Tracee Ellis Ross and Julianne Hough also spoke on the show.
in 2019 Delvey was convicted for grand larceny and theft of services. She was also convicted of attempted grand larceny for attempting to forge her way into a $22 million bank loan to an arts club.
Delvey, whose story was the subject of Netflix’s Inventing Anna, has been sentenced to 4 to 12 years in prison and he was released about good behavior on February 11, 2021
She was away from home briefly before being taken into ICE custody.
In October, she was released from house arrest.
The need to stay at home certainly does not limit her style: she has already started filming the reality show “Delvey’s Dinner Club”.
Last Friday, she hosted a dinner and craze she called “Club House Arrest” for what is now downtown New York City, set in her East Village home. We reported that guests were asked to sign an NDA and asked to provide their social security numbers upon entry.
The event was covered and we were told that Delvey had a stylist for the occasion who dressed her in two different outfits for the night.