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Some of the alleged "Tinderswindler" victims have united in the hope that they will eventually move forward.
Cecilie Fjellhøy of Norway, Pernilla Sjöholm of Sweden and Ayleen Charlotte of Amsterdam have collaborated with Chagit Leviev, CEO of Leviev Diamonds, to launch a bracelet called "Stronger Together".
Designed by a woman, this piece features two gold rings and two diamonds intertwined. The retail price is $ 169 and all profits are used by women to recoup their financial losses. They donate 10% of their profits to charity.
"I saw the [Netflix] documentarylike everyone else," Leviev told FoxNews Digital. Leviev said it was she who reached out to the woman about working with her after she watched the movie.
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(L-R) Cecilie Fjellhøy, Chagit Leviev, Ayleen Charlotte, Pernilla Sjöholm attends the launch of the Stronger Together bracelet in Mr. French on June 21st, 2022, New York City. (Michael Ostuni / Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)
"One day I woke up and suddenly our family, we I noticed a photo of my company and even our family, even if I wasn't ready, it was featured in this documentary. " "It was really shocking, but it was also really sad to see what these women experienced and how this guy manipulated them.He impersonated the CEO of this company42} Very disappointing, and we really feel sorry for these girls, but I also went forward to discuss this in front of the whole world to fight this guy I'm proud of what I've been doing.
"We've been trying to fight him for years, and we couldn't stop him," she added. .. The fact that his story was finally revealed in this Netflix documentary only proved that he couldn't lie and escape. I felt these women did something very courageous in sharing their story, this humiliating experience. I wanted to support them. I thought we could make something together that could benefit from the benefits.
Simon Hayut is the son of Leviev's father,Israel's "King Diamond" LebrevievHe reportedly used his identity to him. Fascinated the women found in the popular dating app for their rich lifestyle.
Once a long-distance relationship is established, 31 years-Old claims he works in a dangerous business, rocking women and giving them thousands of dollars. Did. However, when he seems to have traveled for work, Hayut is said to have lived generously on the victim's dime.
Simon Leviev, also known as Simon Leviev, , (Backgrid)
Fjellhøy, Sjöholm, and Charlotte are just three of the many women they claimed to be joint. did. Nned by Hayut. Hayut reportedly deceived an estimated $ 10 million from people around the world between 2017 and 2019.
Hayut's spokesman did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.
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"He's not just fooling women I think it's important to point out. "Sjöholm explained." Scammers take every opportunity. It's not just women. People are embarrassed to speak, so avoid it. In fraud, the victim is usually blamed. For example, how can this be done?
"The misconception that many still have is that we fall for his money. That's it, "said Charlotte. But scammers are like chameleons. They change color. They change their personality with everyone they meet. Everyone thinks we fell in love with him and within a few days we were sending him money. But that is not true. For example, in my case, I was already with him for seven months before he started asking for money. People call us Gold Diggers, but if I give them all the money I think I'll be the worst Gold Digger in the world.
Strong together bracelet.(Leviev )
Hayut escapes from home The Times of Israel in Israel commits fraud-related crimes in their early twenties Reported the country in 2011 to avoid. He was sentenced to two years in a Finnish prison in 2015 after fleeing to Finland and being charged with deceiving three women. He returned to Israel in 2017, but traveled to Europe for the second time when he changed his name. According to the outlet, Leviev's fatherfiled acomplaint against Hayut, saying he "pretended to be his son."
Hayut was wanted in several countries, including Israel, Sweden, England, Germany, Denmark and Norway, People magazine reported. Hayut was arrested by police in Greece in 2019 after using a fraudulent passport. He was deported to Israel. Later that year he was convicted of fraud, theft and counterfeiting. He was sentenced to 15 months in prison, but was released five months later for "good deeds."
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He After its release, Hayut was active on social media and had over 200,000 followers on Instagram. At one point he even had a website, where he charged clients over $ 300 for business advice. After that, both pages were deleted. His cameo page, where he charges $ 99 for personalized videos, is still open to the public. People magazine said he returned to The Tinder after he was released.
Netflix's "Tinder Swindler" documentary first in February It has been published. (Netflix)
He refused to participate in this movie before it was released in February of this year. Within a few weeks of the premiere, more than 50 million people streamed the documentary. That same month he was banished from the platform. Tinder also added a new guideline, "Romance Scams: How to Protect Yourself Online," emphasizing using the platform to find scammers who prey on "love-seeking" and "vulnerable" people. .. The
documentary stated that Leviev had "never been charged with fraud" on women, and they were still paying off their debts. Fjellhøy, Sjöholm and Charlotte have launched a GoFundMe fundraiser, stating that "all we want is to get our lives back."
Chagit previously contacted Forbes, and since 2017 she and her family have received numerous calls from European vendors regarding unpaid charters forcommercial aircraft, yachts and luxury car services. He said he received an email. He will be faced with a criminal accusation filed against him by the Leviev family in an Israeli court on June 28.
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Ayleen Charlotte serves as a warning to others at risk of being a victim of fraud. Said he wanted. (Netflix)
She kept saying, "Too many people call us and say,'Is this your brother?' rice field. "Chagit said. "Most people couldn't understand that he was pretending to be a brother. They thought he was part of a real family. Our company was attacked by attacks and bad reviews.
"People swore that we hired SimonCreate these fake checks and pay the stubsThey somehow made us I felt that was involved. But we were fooled by ourselves. … He was doing all this without our knowledge.And it was just frustrating that people didn't understand. I'm still asked, "How about your brother?"
"I hope this collaboration will eliminate a lot of confusion," she said. "He is not part of his family. He is not involved with us."
The women said they were still determined to rebuild their lives. They want to have the courage to trust again.
Cecilie Fjellhøy says she "will not give up" Look for justice. (Netflix)
"We are still fighting," Fjellhøy said. "We haven't given up. But it was very difficult to get justice .... I felt lonely with this. But after hearing these stories from other women, we were inspired. We rely on each other to get rations. We have met each other and we have supported each other. There is sadness in this situation, but something positive, this friendship blossoms. It's nice to see. "
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Hayut made a claim against him who vehemently denied everything.
After the documentary was released, he wrote in the Inside Edition, "I'm not The Tinder, a scammer." He also told EW that the Netflix movie was "complete." It's a made-up movie. "
Recently, Hayut confirmed to Forbes that he had legally changed his name to Simon Leviev in 2017. Leviev family.
Pernilla Sjöholm talk about her experience.(Netflix)
"First, let's start withnot a proceeding.This is a court show." Partially states in his statement. "The Levievs have filed this personal complaint against me. Technically, anyone can do it without evidence or solid evidence, so they do it this way. I chose not to do it in the formal way it should be. It's just to show that they're doing something.
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"I'm innocent and I'm about to file a lawsuit in 2019 Against the Leviev family, just as they filed a proceeding against a woman in. This is a show and a stunt of publicity. The Leviev family is not a law, but a violator of the law. "
But in the case of Charlotte, she saidthe message her bracelet represents was clear
"It's a big f --- like you to him." She said. "It's a perfect reward."
Stephanie Nolasco is Foxnews. Entertainment is featured on com.