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'Kindling Swindler' Con Artist 'Simon Leviev' Banned From Dating App

The cheat researched in Netflix's new narrative "The Tinder Swindler" has been prohibited from the dating application.

Shimon Hayut supposedly met ladies on Tinder prior to cheating them for a large number of dollars subsequent to duping them into accepting his name was "Simon Leviev" and that he was the child of Israeli jewel investor Lev Leviev.

"We have directed inside examinations and can affirm Simon Leviev is presently not dynamic on Tinder under any of his known false names," Tinder said in an assertion to Variety on Friday.

At the point when the doc was delivered on Wednesday on Netflix, it announced that Hayut was as yet dynamic on Tinder.

While Tinder has now prohibited him, he actually has a record on Instagram with in excess of 200,000 adherents. In an Instagram story posted on Friday, Hayut said he was planning to recount his form of the story. In any case, when Variety went to his Instagram page on Friday evening, a notification peruses that it is "presently not accessible."

Hayut burned through five months of a 15-month sentence in an Israeli jail in 2019. He supposedly conned ladies into giving over money and Mastercards by letting him know that his life was at serious risk. Three of the casualties are highlighted in the 114-minute movie, coordinated by Felicity Morris ("Don't F*** With Cats"), as are journalists from Norwegian paper VG, which dealt with him.

Assortment only gave an account of Friday that Netflix is in consults with makers about adjusting the narrative as an element film.

"The Tinder Swindler" appeared on the real time feature on Wednesday, and it has as of now arrived at the stage's Top 10 records in the U.S. what's more U.K.


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