It’s hard to tell whether or not you have a sociopath in your friend group unless they are someone like Anna Delvey. This true story of how one woman turned New York City upside down will have you questioning doing favors for any of your friends ever again. For Anna Delvey, the desire to be rich, famous, and successful was more important than the lives she ruined in her path.
New Face On The Scene
Anna Delvey dropped into the New York City socialite scene out of nowhere. She had no ties with anyone but quickly made friends due to her charming nature and habit of throwing money around. She was living in the iconic 11 Howard Street hotel filled with upper-class celebrities. They had no idea just how mysterious she really wasâ¦
Master of Mimicking
She learned to mimic the behaviors of the people she was trying to be friends with. She would regularly tip the hotel staff with crisp $100 bills just to impress the higher-ups. She ended up becoming good friends with the concierge, who was an unlikely ticket into the scene.
Neff Davis knew of Delvey just from her job and was a little apprehensive that Delvey decided to strike up a conversation. They grew close and began to go out with Davis’ high-profile friends. Delvey knew that this was the way to climb the ladder she so desperately wanted to climb. These friend’s had no idea what her true intentions were and how bad it would become in just a few months.