All dressed up with nowhere to go — unless meeting with a probation officer counts?
Fake German heiress Anna Sorokin got all dolled up Tuesday morning as she stepped out from house arrest in Manhattan for the first time to see her parole officer.
The 31-year-old con artist — who went by Anna Delvey before her infamous arrest — donned heavy eye makeup, high heels and a black trench coat for the rare outing.
She swapped her trademark thick-rimmed glasses for black shades and covered her blow-out with a black head scarf.
The socialite scammer, whose court-ordered ankle monitor was briefly visible under her pants as she stepped out of her new East Village apartment, ignored questions before being whisked away in a waiting black SUV.
Her spokesperson confirmed to The Post that she was heading to Brooklyn to meet her probation officer ahead of an immigration court hearing later Tuesday.
Sorokin, whose years-long con bilking New York’s elite was the subject of the Netflix show “Inventing Anna,” was ordered to remain under 24-hour house arrest with electronic monitoring following her release from an upstate prison last week.
After making an immediate beeline to Manhattan, she was spotted over the weekend posing for photos in her new East Village pad and strutting around on her rooftop.
The notorious scam artist had served four years in prison after being convicted in 2019 of swindling $200,000 from banks and businesses as she partied her way through New York’s society circles pretending she was a wealthy heiress.
Just weeks after being released on good behavior, Sorokin was then picked up by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers and thrown into the Orange County Correctional Facility.
She won her release from the upstate prison last Friday as she continues to fight her deportation back to her native Germany.
As part of her release, Sorokin has been banned from all social media.
When asked by The Post last week if she would struggle to stay off social media, Sorokin said “no.”
Questioned about whether she’d be tempted to step outside, she added: “of course not.”