Victims of Netflix doc’s alleged ‘Tinder Swindler’ unite because of this: ‘A big f—you to him’

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Several victims of the alleged “Tinder Swindler” have banded together in hopes of eventually moving on.

Norway’s Cecily Fejelhoi, Sweden’s Pernilla Sjoholm and Amsterdam’s Aileen Charlotte have collaborated with Chagit Leviev, CEO of Leviev Diamonds, to launch a bracelet called “Stronger Together”.

This piece designed by women has two golden rings and two diamonds intertwined. It retails for $169, and all profits will go to the women to offset their financial losses. They will donate 10% of the profit to charity.

,I saw [Netflix] document Like everyone else,” Leviev told Fox News Digital. Leviev said it was she who arrived about working with women after seeing the film.

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(LR) Cecily Fejelhoy, Chagit Leviev, Aileen Charlotte and Pernilla Szoholm attend the Stronger Together bracelet launch at Mr. French June 21, 2022 in New York City.
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“One day, I woke up and suddenly found out that our family, our company, even our family photos were produced in this documentary without us,” Leviev said. “It was a real shock, but it was also really sad to see what these women did and how this man managed to manipulate them. He assumed the form of CEO of this company, It was very unfortunate, and we felt really sorry for these girls. But I also felt proud that they all came forward to talk about it in front of the whole world to try and fight this man.

“We’ve been trying to fight him for years, and we just couldn’t stop him,” she said. “We didn’t know how to stop him. The fact that his story finally came out in this Netflix documentary only proved that he couldn’t get away with his lies. I thought these ladies had taken their share in.” It’s something so daring. Story, this humiliating experience. I wanted to support them. I thought together we could create something where they could benefit from.”

Simeon Hayut is accused of disguising himself as Simon Leviev, the son of Leviev’s father, Israel’s “King of Diamonds” Lev Leviev, Allegedly using that identity, he would charm the women he met on the popular dating app with his affluent lifestyle.

Once a long-distance relationship was established, the 31-year-old allegedly lured women into giving him up to thousands of dollars, insisting that he was working in a dangerous business. But as he is believed to have traveled for work, Hayut reportedly continued to live lavishly on his victims’ money.

Semyon Hayut, also known as Simon Leviev, has vehemently denied the allegations against him.

Semyon Hayut, also known as Simon Leviev, has vehemently denied the allegations against him.

Fjellhøy, Sjöholm and Charlotte were just three of the many women who claimed that they had been betrayed by Hyut. According to reports, Hayut allegedly duped people around the world for an estimated $10 million from 2017 to 2019.

A spokesperson for Hyatt did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

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“I think it’s important to point out that he didn’t just cheat on women,” Sjöholm explained. “A cheater is going to take advantage of every opportunity, and it’s not just women. And people are ashamed to speak up, so they get away with it. With fraud, the victims are usually to blame. Like, how could they do that to you?

“A lot of people still have this misconception that we’ve fallen for his money,” Charlotte said. “The truth is, I thought I really had an affair with him. But a cheater is like a chameleon. They change their complexion. They change their personality with everyone else. Everyone thinks we should.” He fell in love and, within a few days, we were sending him money. But that’s not true. For example, in my case, I was already with him for seven months when he started asking for money. People Calling us gold diggers, but I think I would be the worst gold digger in the world if I gave all my money!”

Strong put-together bracelet.

Strong put-together bracelet.

As The Times of Israel reports, Hayut fled his country in 2011 to escape fraud-related crimes in his early 20s. He fled to Finland, where he was sentenced to two years in a Finnish prison in 2015 for cheating on three women. He returned to Israel in 2017, but then traveled to Europe for the second time when he changed his name. According to the outlet, Leviev’s father filed complaint Against Hayut for “misrepresenting himself as his son”.

According to the People magazine report, Hayut was a wanted person in several countries including Israel, Sweden, England, Germany, Denmark and Norway. Hayut was caught by the police in Greece in 2019 after using a fake passport. He was extradited to Israel. Later that year, he was convicted of fraud, theft and forgery. He was sentenced to 15 months in prison but was released five months later on “good behavior”.

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After his release, Hayut was active on social media where he had over 200,000 followers on Instagram. At one point, he even had a website on which he charged clients over $300 for business advice. Both pages have since been removed. His cameo page, on which he charges $99 for individual videos, is still live. People magazine noted that he was back on Tinder after its release.

netflix "tinder thug" The documentary premiered in February.

Netflix’s “Tinder Swindler” documentary premiered in February.

He refused to participate in the film before its release in February this year. Documentary streamed by over 50 million people Within weeks of its premiere. In the same month, he was banned from the stage. Tinder also added new guidelines: “Romance Scams: How to Protect Yourself Online,” with an emphasis on looking out for scammers who will use the platform to hunt down “vulnerable” people “looking for love.”

The documentary noted that Leviev was “never accused of cheating on women”, and that he was still paying his debts. Fjellhøy, Sjöholm and Charlotte launched a GoFundMe fundraiser, explaining on their page, “What we want is our lives back.”

Chagit previously told Forbes that, in early 2017, he and his family had received several calls and emails from European vendors regarding unpaid charters. Private aircraft, ferry and high-end car services, Hayut was presented in an Israeli court on June 28 to face criminal charges brought against him by the Leviev family.

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Eileen Charlotte said she hopes her story will serve as a warning to others at risk of becoming a victim of fraud.

Eileen Charlotte said she hopes her story will serve as a warning to others at risk of becoming a victim of fraud.

“So many people kept calling us and saying, ‘Is this your brother?'” Chagit said. “Most people didn’t understand that he was pretending to be a brother. They thought he was a real member of the family. Our company was bombarded with attacks and bad reviews.

“People swore we hired Simon to make Fake checks and pay stubs, They felt that somehow we were involved in this. But we ourselves were cheated. … He was doing all this without our knowledge. And it was just frustrating that people didn’t understand. Even now people ask, ‘How is your brother?’

“I hope this collaboration will clear much of that confusion,” she said. “He is not a member of the family. He is not involved with us.”

The women said they were still determined to rebuild their lives. He hopes she will have the courage to trust him again.

Cecilie Fjelhøy said that she is "will not give up" In his quest for justice.

Cecilie Fazelhoi said she was “not giving up” in her quest for justice.

“We are still fighting,” said Fjellhøy. “We are not giving up. But getting justice has become so difficult. … I was feeling lonely in this. But after hearing these stories from other women, we are counting on each other for inspiration We have met each other, and we have been supportive of each other. Sad in this situation, but it is good to see something positive, this friendship blossoms.”

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Hayut has vehemently denied all the allegations against him.

After the release of the documentary, he told Inside Edition that he was “just a single guy who wanted to meet some girls on Tinder,” insisting that “I’m not a Tinder thug.” He also told EW that the Netflix film is “a full-fledged film.”

Recently, Hayut confirmed to Forbes that he legally changed his name to Simon Leviev in 2017. He also denied the allegations made by the Leviev family.

Pernilla Sjöholm said she was grateful to talk about her experience.

Pernilla Sjöholm said she was grateful to talk about her experience.

“First of all, let me start with This is not a court matter. This is a show that will take place in court,” his statement said. “The Leviev family has filed this personal complaint against me. Technically anyone can do this without any proof or solid evidence. That’s why they decided to do it this way and not do it in a formal way, and it’s just to show that they are doing something.

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“I am innocent and will file a lawsuit against the Leviev family soon, just as I filed a lawsuit against women in 2019… It’s a show, a publicity stunt. The Leviev families aren’t the law, they’re law breakers.” Huh.”

But for Charlotte, she said The message her bracelet represents is clear,

“It’s like a big f– for you,” she said. “It’s the right payment.”