In the first days of February, Netflix releases ‘The Tinder scammer’ moviea documentary that, besides telling a love story on the popular app, revealed the life and deception of a man identified as Simon Leviev. Unscrupulous, he has been deceived for a long time into living a life that is not his own. His story achieved worldwide fame.
Through the “Tinder scammer” show broadcast The story of Shimon Yehuda HayoThe real name of the Israeli national who used the popular dating app to meet women and make them fall in love. its end? Dodge them
How did Simon Leviev work?
As told in The Tinder Scarmer, Leviev, 29, met his victims, made them fall in love, became their partner, and talked to them about his luxurious life and alleged business. With time, he will have issues and seek financial help from them. The girls accepted, turning over their savings and bank loans, but their “partner” was never heard from again.
Success in response to Netflix and Simon Leviev
With the worldwide success of the documentary, posted the man, on his then active Instagram accountA message to his followers and to the people who believed in him. On her IG story, she asked netizens to “keep an open mind and heart until she speaks her truth.”
What happened to Simon Leviev after the premiere of “The Tinder scammer”?
The tape reveals that he was sentenced to 15 months in prison for fraud in Israel. For his good behavior in prison, he was released after five months in the place.
Afterwards, it was revealed that he opened a webpage where he gave business advice. To access this space, a payment of $311 was required.
Regarding his denunciation of the scams against several women in Europe, where he got the $10 million heist, the man told Israel’s Channel 12, quoting Clarin: “I didn’t receive a penny from them. They enjoyed my company and saw the world with my money.”
On the other hand, TMZ reported that Leviev has signed with a Hollywood agency to launch his own reality show and podcast. These, to date, have not materialized.
With research in the UK, Norway and the Netherlands, The last thing that was heard of Simon Leviev was that he had returned to Israel. “I am not the monster they created. These women were not deceived. I don’t feel bad about something I didn’t do. I want to clear my name and tell the world the truth,” the so-called “TinderSammer” told Inside Edition in February.