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‘Tinder Swindler’ Plans To ‘Move Hollywood And Launch Dating Show’

Tinder Swindler Dating Show: Simon Leviev reportedly has plans to 'move out to Hollywood and launch his own programme'. 
Credit: @simon_hayut_officiall/Instagram

The Tinder Swindler’s Simon Leviev, who has been ‘banned from all dating apps,’ reportedly has plans to ‘move out to Hollywood and launch his own dating programme’. 

According to TMZ, the Netflix star is planning to profit from the hit show and make a career in the entertainment industry.

The news outlet also claims that the 31-year-old is also looking into ‘hosting a dating podcast’ and may even ‘publish a book’.

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In the Netflix film, it was claimed that Leviev ‘conned’ a string of women out of thousands in cash.

Following its success, he took to Instagram and commented that those who had made allegations against him should start telling ‘the truth’.

He said: “If I was a fraud why would I act on Netflix I mean they should have arrested me when we were still shooting.

“It’s high time the ladies start saying the truth. If you can’t give them the world they’ll turn yours to hell.”

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Simon Leviev
The Tinder Swindler’s Simon Leviev reportedly has plans to launch a dating show. Credit: @simon_hayut_officiall/Instagram

As of yet, Leviev’s alleged victims have yet to speak out about his statement, which may be due to the fact they’re now launching new careers.

According to the Metro, Cecilie Fjellhøy, Ayleen Koeleman, and Pernilla Sjoholm can now demand up to ‘£2,000’ for social media posts.

Chatting to the outlet, CEO and owner of Digital PR Agency Andy Barr said: The Tinder Swindler was only released on February 2 and it’s already become a viral sensation.

“Both Cecilie and Pernilla are already at a point where they can demand over £2,000 per sponsored Instagram post.”

He added: “I wouldn’t be surprised if they both hit the 500,000 follower mark by the end of the month, leaving them with the potential to be earning up to £10,000 per sponsored post.”

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