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The gigolo of Granadero Baigorria: he scammed 20 women but fell when he wanted to get money from his "mother-in-law"


I quoted them on Badoo, Happn or Tinder. Then he demanded money in exchange for keeping intimate photos and videos secret.

Sergio Gustavo Salomoni is 57 years old and has about five or six Facebook accounts.

Based on the complaints of two women, the Rosario Provincial Justice requested his capture this Wednesday on suspicion that

he is a "Tinder scammer"


They believe that there are more than twenty victims who went through similar situations.

The Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) arrested the alleged extortionist at his home in Granadero Baigorria, north of the largest city of Santa Fe.

According to police sources, he was dedicated to demanding money in exchange for keeping intimate photos and videos of his partners under reserve.

Sergio Gustavo Salomoni (57), arrested for scamming women.

They baptized him "El gigolo de Granadero Baigorria".

According to the evidence analyzed by the prosecutor María de los Ángeles Granato, the detainee used Badoo, Happn or Tinder to make appointments.

Once I started dating someone, I also

started proposing businesses that required an investment

guaranteed by the trust it generated.

One of the victims warned that Salomoni "messed with women and has" the profile of a psychopath and an absolute manipulator.

When reviewing her case, she recalled that the "nightmare" began in 2017 and that

both her parents and a friend of hers also fell into the trap


In addition to the threats about the dissemination of private photos and videos, the detained Baigorrian was targeted by Justice because he convinced his partners to get into debt and give him the money from the loans or credits they requested.

Marisa lives in San Nicolás and stated that her ex-partner was already sentenced there with a suspended sentence of execution for similar crimes.

Sergio Gustavo Salomoni (57), arrested for scamming women.

They baptized him "El gigolo de Granadero Baigorria".

In dialogue with

Channel 3

of Rosario, he assured that there are many more scammed, but

they do not report it because "it scares me"


Despite these difficulties, the Public Prosecutor's Office (MPA) requested the capture of Salomoni in a house located on Olivos at 2900. During the search, the AIC seized three 

cell phones, a flash drive and documentation


Marisa recalled that she contacted 30 women since she went to court for the scam she suffered in northern Buenos Aires.

"He said that he was going to help us invest to increase the income.

We gave him our savings and we were in debt because he disappeared

," he recalled.

Another former couple decided to speak this Wednesday after the spread of the case of the man whom the AIC baptized as "

El gigoló de Granadero Baigorria


Regarding the moment of the capture, he commented: "When they notified me, I got cold all over my body."

"The one who finished opening my eyes was my mother. She is a very distrustful lady," explained the woman about the relationship she had in 2018. The relationship lasted three or four months, but it broke when the alleged scammer tried to get money from

her to her mother-in-law


"Important" contacts

At the time he met the victim, Salomoni said he was a lawyer and had "important business."

He made investments, owned a pig farm and boasted of his contacts with the Paladini refrigerator.

When remembering how she met the defendant, the woman explained:

"You listened to him and he convinced you

. "

She thus came to introduce her to her family and she did not hesitate to accept the recommendation to buy a new washing machine.

Her partner took the previous one with a supposedly noble purpose: to help a home for disadvantaged children.

In a report with

Radio 2

, the victim emphasized that the alarm signal was triggered by closer contact at the family level.

The break came from the

suggestion that his mother take out a loan and then change banks

, regardless of the debt originated.

When the veil was removed, the woman threatened Salomoni with reporting him and asked him to return the money he had given her.


You don't know who you're messing with

, "

he replied.

Thus, he dissuaded her after separating from her, but time passed and now he was under arrest in a new case about fraud and extortion.

Rosary beads.



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Source: clarin

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