She finally found a spotlight she didn’t like.
Accused fake heiress Anna Sorokin declined to take the stand Monday as her five-week fraud trial came to a close.
After days of damning testimony against her, Sorokin opted to sit pat and her attorney, Todd Spodek, declined to put on a defense case.
Prosecutor paraded more than two dozen witnesses against Sorokin – who repeatedly delayed the trial over wardrobe snafus.
She once even burst into tears when her designer clothes didn’t make it to Rikers in time for her to wear them at trial.
But when she had her chance to take the stand Monday, Sorokin, wearing a designer snakeskin-print dress, politely passed.
“Do you understand you have a right to testify?” asked Justice Diane Kiesel. “Yes, I do,” she replied with a smile.
Both sides then rested.
On the final day of testimony, a DA paralegal testified that she found an app on Sorokin’s phone that she used to create fake voicemails purportedly from her bank to alleged victims.
Prosecutors say the Russian-born fraudster assumed the alias Anna Delvey and posed as a German heiress with a 60 million euro fortune so she could live the high life in New York.
She allegedly conned pals, businesses and hotels out of more than $275,000 and attempted to score a $22 million loan from two banks by submitting fraudulent paperwork.
Closing arguments are expected Tuesday morning.