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'Tinder Swindler' denies scam: I'm not a monster |  Displays

‘Tinder Swindler’ denies scam: I’m not a monster | Displays

Simon Leliev gave an interview for the first time since the release of the much-discussed Netflix documentary Tinder scammerIn which he was accused of defrauding a large number of women. On the American news programme Inside Edition From CBS, he denies being a fraud.




“I was just one guy who wanted to meet some girls on Tinder,” Leviev said in a preview released of the conversation. Born in Israel, also known as Shimon Hayut or David Sharon, he says he is a “master” and certainly “not a monster.” Liliev also believed that people should not make judgments too soon. “People don’t know me, so they can’t judge that.”

The full conversation, which is split into two parts, will be broadcast on Mondays and Tuesdays.

at Tinder Swindler Three victims, including a Dutch woman, announced that Leviev was going to defraud several women for millions of euros via the dating app Tinder. He made them believe that he was very wealthy and the son of a diamond magnate. In the documentary, he appears to hit several women and then declares that he is in danger and needs money. Victims gave him cash or their credit cards and thought he would pay them later.

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