The most stylish criminals in history

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Anna Sorokin, aka Anna Delvey, gained notoriety for posing as a German heiress and conning New York's elite into investing millions in her fraudulent business plans.

Anna Sorokin

Mata Hari, a Dutch exotic dancer with a fabricated backstory, was executed for espionage by the French in 1917, accused of acting as a double agent for the Germans during World War I.

Mata Hari 

Patty Hearst, the heiress who was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army in 1974, adopted their radical views and style, and committed bank robberies, before having her sentence commuted.

Patty Hearst 

Mobster Bugsy Siegel is known for building Las Vegas into a gambling and leisure destination but was ultimately killed by his business partners for embezzlement.

Bugsy Siegel 

The Bling Ring, a group of young burglars from the Calabasas area, targeted the homes of celebrities in LA, stealing cash, clothes, and jewelry, and were involved in around 50 burglaries, including those of Paris Hilton and Orlando Bloom.

The Bling Ring 

Virginia Hill, known as the "Queen of the Mob," helped her boyfriend Bugsy Siegel siphon funds from casino projects and ran operations for the Chicago Outfit gang, using her charm to set up a drug trafficking scheme with the Mexican cartel.

Virginia Hill 

Elizabeth Holmes was a biotech entrepreneur who defrauded investors, secured millions in funding, and mingled with high-profile figures before her downfall.

Elizabeth Holmes 

Bonnie and Clyde, the most notorious criminal couple in history, lived on the run from the FBI and carried on a crime spree that lasted almost two years before being gunned down by police in 1934.

Bonnie and Clyde 

Former Crips member Jeremy Meeks gained international fame and a successful modeling career after his attractive mugshot went viral on social media in 2014.

Jeremy Meeks 

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