‘The Tinder Swindler’, the man who allegedly cheated on women to the tune of $ 10 million on dating materials, has denied all allegations leveled against him. In an interview with Inside Edition, he said, “I am the greatest man in the world.” The actions of Shimon Hayut aka Simon Leviev, were evident when three women who were cheated by him spoke in a Netflix novel called ‘The Tinder Swindler’ The story is about a man Shimon Hayut, who appeared as a child of Israeli diamond financier Lev Leviev on Tinder and seduced women of millions of dollars. Shimon Hayut spends his days on private jet trips and expensive meals in big hotels before becoming an emotional trap. and they fled with the money.
However, in his first interview after the revelations, Shimon said the allegations were false. “I am not a monster created by everyone. These women are unrestrained and they are not intimidated, “said the 31-year-old, who is dating Israeli model Kate Konlin, saying he was the only boy who wanted to meet some girls on Tinder. added that he is a qualified trader who can make a good living because he bought bitcoins in 2011. His girlfriend, who was part of the interview, added that Shimon has never borrowed money from him. .When asked about the allegations from the three women in the show, he replied: “My God, it seems like someone could write such a fake story.”
The novel ‘Tinder Swindler’ focuses on the three women who fell victim to the ponzi scheme Shimon, Cecilie Fjellhøy, Pernilla Sjoholm, and Ayleen Charlotte. Cecilie is a London-based user experience developer based in London, with whom Hayut has donated more than £ 200,000 (roughly Rs 2,02,07,148). Pernilla is a former sales rep from Sweden who became “best friends” with Hayut after matching up with her on Tinder in Dubai in 2018. Pernilla borrowed roughly £ 50,000 (Rs 50,64,980) to £ 60,000 (Rs 60,77,976) si Hayut.
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