The Tinder Scammer, the series of Netflix that has gone around the world, continues to give something to talk about in its protagonists. A few days ago it was reported that Simon Leviev —who is really called Shimon Hayut— reacted to the documentary to thank his followers and then close his official Instagram account. Now another event has happened involving a person close to him.
This is Peter, who is introduced as the bodyguard of Simon Leviev – who received a radical Tinder decision — during the feature film. He has filed a lawsuit against the Netflix platform for violating their human rights.
According to the documentary, Peter would have benefited from the money stolen by Leviev to its many victims. He would have fulfilled the function of sending photographs to the women where his boss appeared beaten by him. The The purpose of the act was to ask for financial help in order to help him. So Simon Leviev could steal money from his victims and become millionaires.
For that reason, a complaint has been filed against the streaming platform. Speaking to LADbible, Joanna Parafianowicz, an attorney for the security agent, He said that neither Netflix nor the production of the film approached his client before the distribution of the images.
“No one can deprive a person of their right to image and personal data protection. The film does not tell my client’s story, and it should be emphasized that he is not charged in this case.”commented.
On the other hand, the lawyer commented that “As a result of the film’s release and its immediate popularity, Peter lost his anonymitythe ability to work as a bodyguard, probably forever, as well as his reputation.”. Along these lines, Parafianowicz explained that as a consequence they have decided to sue Netflix for violating their human ‘rights’. The case is still in progress and in the next few days news will be known about another incident that indirectly involves Shimon Hayut.
Remember that the series was released on Netflix last Wednesday, February 2, to the point that it has already been an international success and especially on social networks. Users were creative in a list of the best memes left by Leviev’s documentary that will remain in the eye of controversy for his confident statements about the acts he committed through the Tinder application.
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The story generates a great impact to the point of having a documentary on the Netflix platform, which has already come to an end and has left much to talk about. Leviev assured that he has not committed any crime, although it is revealed that he stole $10 million to women he was looking for on the dating app already topped the preferences of US subscribers.
The series estimates that, over the years, Hayut (known to his victims as Simon Leviev) stole $10 million after luring his victims with expensive dates to gain their trust. However, he served only five months of his 15-month prison sentence. Before he deleted his Instagram account, he was criticized for posting numerous photos depicting a luxurious lifestyle, including vacations and designer clothes.
After climbing to number 1 in the United States and the United Kingdom in two days, the documentary grew in Latin America, where it reached almost 46 million hours of viewing. follow him play at home with 33.63 million hours and My favourite villain 2, with 14.34. The difference, big, is explained in seven other reasons to see the documentary
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Tinder Scammer: Simon Leviev’s Bodyguard Sues Netflix for Human Rights Violation