Anna Sorokin was a guest on Julia Fox’s Forbidden Fruits podcast on Friday, March 11, and said when she met Inventing Anna star Julia Garner, who plays her on the Netflix series , she was “very nice”. “She came to see me at Albion and she’s a very sweet girl,” Sorokin said, referring to the correctional facility she was housed in for two years after she was convicted in 2019 for a scam during which she pretended to be a German heiress with a US$60 million fortune. Here are some of the highlights from the interview … 1. Anna Sorokin defended Julia Garner’s portrayal of her accent in the Netflix show When asked about Garner’s performance in the Netflix hit show, Sorokin explained to Fox and co-host Niki Takesh what it was like to hear an impression of her own distinct accent. “I asked her to do my accent,” said the 31-year-old, who is currently being held in custody by ICE for overstaying her visa and could be deported to Germany. “And it’s just so weird, you know? Because the way you hear yourself like, your voice is just completely different when you hear yourself on TV.” 4 ways Kylie Jenner loves spoiling her daughter Stormi When Fox gave Garner “a six out of 10” for her accent in Inventing Anna – because in Fox’s opinion, Garner “did a little too much” with her voice and Sorokin’s accent is “a little more subtle” – Sorokin defended the actor. “Well, to her defence, I guess she was portraying me from like, 2015, 16, 17,” said Sorokin. “So now, I’ve spent like what? The past four years just in the States. I was surrounded by Americans. So, maybe my accent was different.” “I barely even speak German these days, all I speak is English,” she continued. “And back in the day, I would speak like whatever – French, German, English – on a daily basis.” Garner had previously spoken about the visit and previewing the accent for Sorokin in an interview with Town and Country magazine, in which she called the faux heiress “really sweet” and “extremely charming”. Garner’s co-star Katie Lowes – who played one of Sorokin’s accusers, writer Rachel DeLoache Williams – also previously told Insider that she was so captivated by Garner’s performance that she would forget she had a job to do on set. “I was in a scene with her and I would forget my line because I was so busy watching her. I’d be like, ‘Oh, crap! It’s me,’” the Scandal alum said. 2. Sorokin also called out her accuser Rachel DeLoache Williams for continuing to “attack” her Williams was a Vanity Fair editor who befriended Sorokin and went on a trip with her to Morocco in May 2017. Williams accused Sorokin of leaving her with a US$62,000 bill for the trip, though Sorokin was acquitted of the charge. Inside Kim Kardashian’s extravagant US$3.8 million car collection Sorokin has previously called out Williams for “shamelessly” exploiting their past friendship. On Forbidden Fruits, Sorokin called Williams “annoying”. “She’s like, timing her attacks. She thinks I’m just in jail and she can just say whatever she wants,” Sorokin said. 3. Sorokin chose to respond to Williams’ statements to the media in part because she was bored Williams called the Netflix show “wrong” for “celebrating a sociopathic, narcissistic, proven criminal”. “Another part of it was every time I get on the phone with somebody, they’d be like, ‘We saw the rat face Rachel on TV again,’ and I’m like, ‘Wait a second,’” Sorokin told Fox and Takesh on the podcast, before laughing. Inventing Anna is available to stream now on Netflix. You can listen to the full podcast episode on Spotify. This article originally appeared on Insider Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .