Simon Leviev, AKA Shimon Hayut, pretended to be the son of Lev Leviev, an actual diamond mogul with an interesting rise to riches and a South African connection.
Simon Leviev (real name Shimon Hayut) may not be behind bars where he belongs, but the hits just keep on coming.
Multiple women have come forward with stories of being fleeced by a man who pretended to have it all on his social media accounts.
Leviev has issued various statements about telling his side of the story. He’s finally done his first interview and it’s deny, deny, and deny.
Being conned or scammed stings at the best of times. Throw in a broken heart and you’re heaping misery upon misery.
While there are countless fake profiles on Instagram claiming to belong to Simon Leviev, this account appears to be legit.
Taking our relationships into the digital ether, there’s a greater chance for illusion and catfishing. These are the perfect conditions for the events captured in ‘The Tinder Swindler’.
Netflix has another smash hit doccie on its hands, with the story of ‘The Tinder Swindler’ gripping viewers.