After living the Tinder dream most humans desire, Simon Leviev AKA the ‘Tinder Swindler” is living the dream once again now that he has found a potential match with Hollywood, as he finally breaks his silence.
The 31-year-old caught the eyes of the world after being at the center of attention of a shocking Netflix documentary, which sees a trio of women claiming they were conned out of hundreds of thousands of pounds by the criminal, which soon turned into millions after claims by other victims were considered. After enjoying the millions of dollars of other women, Leviev could soon be swimming in the Hollywood cash, thanks to LA-based agent Gina Rodriguez, who reps a range of reality stars.
Rodriguez herself hinted that she has decided to take a shot at the alleged fraudster. “I watched the Netflix show Tinder Swindler, and it felt incomplete because we never heard the other side,” she said in an Instagram post. “The narrative seemed very biased and I couldn’t form an opinion, instead, I had more questions, and I am a woman. There are always two sides, hate it or love it.”
The pair have apparently discussed a bunch of plans to transform Leviev’s new Netflix fame into profit and entertainment. He reportedly wants to star in his own reality dating show where women compete for his love. Another potential project he is interested in is a podcast on which the love rat will share his “dos and dont’s” of dating.
Leviev, whose real name is Shimon Hayut, spoke to the media for the first time after trapping women into a scam on the dating app. Leviev would charm women with his flashy persona and eventually extract money from them to fund his lavish lifestyle, leaving them with huge loans and bills.
“I am not this monster that everybody has created. I was just a single guy that wanted to meet some girls on Tinder,” he said in an interview with Inside Edition. “I am not a Tinder Swindler.”
Leviev claimed that he is the biggest gentleman in the world. “They call me the Tinder Swindler, I am not a fraud, I am not a fake,” he said. Leviev capped off his statement by saying, “People don’t know me, so they can’t judge me.”
Leviev also claimed that he is “not this monster everyone has created.” He said that he wants to clear his name and tell the world that this documentary is not true.
Published by: HOLR Magazine.