Anna Sorokin, the real-life ‘Inventing Anna,’ has been released from prison.

Anna Sorokin, the inspiration for Netflix’s “Inventing Anna,” was freed from ICE custody on Friday. Sorokin’s spokesperson, Juda Engelmayer, verified her release in an email to CNN on Friday night.

John Sandweg a former acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement who’s on Sorokin’s legal team stated “She will remain under the supervision of ICE, but will be able to fight her deportation free from physical custody.

Immigration Judge Charles Conroy granted Sorokin’s release earlier this week, setting her bail at $10,000 and imposing certain restrictions. Among them are keeping off social media and staying at the same place 24 hours a day while her case is being handled.

The judge’s decision also said that ICE may deploy an ankle monitor to keep track on Sorokin.

According to an ICE official, Sorokin was freed on Friday following the judge’s decision.

According to her attorney, she had been detained by ICE for 17 months, principally at the Orange County Correctional Facility in upstate New York, some 60 miles from New York City.

Sorokin was convicted in 2019 of stealing more than $200,000 from banks and acquaintances while defrauding her way into New York society, according to the Manhattan District Attorney.

Her situation gained national notice following a 2018 New York magazine piece.