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Netflix’s Tinder Swindler’s Simon Leviev Wanted By The Spain Police

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Netflix’s recent show ‘Tinder Swindler’ and Simon Leviev have everyone glued to their seats. It’s a documentary of an Israeli conman Simon Leviev who utilized the Tinder app to trap women in his insane schemes. Furthermore, he’d emotionally manipulate his partners and take money from them to fund his luxury trips and lifestyle. He’d say he has enemies and his life is in danger which pressurized the partner to help him. His real name is Shimon Hayut. In 2017, the 31-year-old spent two years in Finnish prison for doing fraud with women. Moreover, his hometown kept him behind bars because he was traveling on a fake passport. He also lied about being the son of Lev Leviev. Some of you might not know that Lev Leviev is the world’s largest diamond manufactures and distributor. Both are not related at all.

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Simon Leviev Of Tinder Swindler Caught By Police On Spanish Beach

Police caught Simon Hayut while he was driving his Maserati. Moreover, police spotted him with a mystery Russian woman while out in Spain. He has been using a fake driving license. So the Police have decided to investigate him. According to the police, he used one of his fake identities ‘Michael Bilton’, a holidaymaker. The cops in Spain, according to the Daily Mail, said:

Police have asked the court in the Southern Spanish port city of Algeciras to reopen a criminal investigation against the man they know to be Leviev after it was launched against Bilton.

Simon is Free?

Simon Leviev of Tinder Swindler as of now is free. He and his date were free to return to Malaga as they gave police the address in the Costa del Sol for the pending investigation. According to Daily Mail, Simon’s criminal life started at age of 15 when he stole cheques to buy a Porsche and pay for pilot training. Furthermore, the women in Netflix’s documentary said they believed he was the son of a Russian-Israeli gem tycoon. An Algeciras court has confirmed:

An arrest warrant is out for the person placed under investigation. That’s all the information I can provide at this stage.

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