December 8, 2022

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Simon Leviev, “Tinder Scammer”, gave his first interview after a documentary about him

Simon Leviev, "Tinder Scammer", gave his first interview after a documentary about him

For the first time, a man also known as Shimon Hewitt responded to a Netflix documentary in which he played the lead role.

In the movie Tinder cheatNetflix subscribers can learn about the fraudulent methods used by Simon Levie to steal millions of dollars from women who fell in love with him.

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Pretending to be the son of an Israeli billionaire on the dating app Tinder, Levi gave a dream life to unsuspecting suitors.

Once their relationship was well established, Levie believed his victims were being threatened by “enemies” and that he urgently needed to take the money, promising that he would repay soon.

In this way he was able to extort celestial sums from women throughout Europe.

Obviously he never authorized the production of this documentary about him, and shortly after it was launched he announced that he would “share his version of the facts in a few days”, urging moviegoers to “keep their minds and hearts”. Open.

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In an interview with Inside the editionThe “Tinder Scammer” completely denied all the allegations against him, calling the film “pure fiction”.

“I’m the only person who wants to meet girls on Tinder. I’m not a Tinder scammer,” Levie defended.

“They show this film as a documentary, but in reality it is pure fiction. Gentleman In the world and they call me a “Tinder scammer”. I am not a swindler and I am not a swindler, ”said the man who collected more than $ 10 million in total from his victims.

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He was convicted of fraud in Finland in mid-2010 and sentenced to life in prison before resuming his game.

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He was re-arrested in Greece in December 2019 and charged with fraud, theft and forgery, was convicted and sentenced to 15 months in prison.

His good behavior and the Kovid-19 epidemic eventually led him to spend just five months behind bars.

He returned to Tinder after his imprisonment, but the app banned him after airing a documentary about him.

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