"The Tinder Swindler" Is Now Charging Fans For Cameo Videos

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The man behind the Tinder Swindler has officially joined Cameo.

Shimon Hayut, the subject of the Netflix show exploring how he scammed a group of women out of millions of dollars has joined Cameo, a site which allows fans to request personalised videos from celebrities. 

It was reported that Hayut had stolen approximately $10 million from a number of female victims under his alias of Simon Leviev. He had gained their trust by promising expensive dates. 

Hayut subsequently joined Cameo having been later been banned from Tinder, as well as deleting his Instagram account. 

Hayut is charging people $300 for personal video messages and $1,400 for business video content, with his bio reading, “Excited to be on Cameo to wish the special person in your life whatever you need!”. 

It also emerged that Hayut who is keen to pursue a career in the entertainment world, has signed up with talent manager, Gina Rodriguez of Gitoni inc. 

Hayut is said to have his heart set on pursuits like creating a podcast, writing his own book, and somewhat ironically setting up his own dating show!



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