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"Liar! Be a man!": Watch the confrontation between the heroine of "The Tinder Scam" and Simon LeBev - voila! culture


After four years, Cecil Pelhoy confronted Simon Leviev for the first time in front of Keshet 12 cameras as part of the second part of the movie "The Woman Who Toppled the Tinder Scam"

Tinder scammer Simon Lebiv (Photo: Keshet 12)

Last night, the second part of the movie "The Woman Who Fell the Tinder Swindler" by Haim Etgar was broadcast on Bequest 12.

At the climax of the film, a stormy confrontation was held for the first time in four years between Cecil Pelhoy - one of the heroines of the film "The Tinder Scam" - and Leviev.

Kate Conlin, who was Leviev's partner for a year and a half (including during the time when the movie about him appeared on Netflix) also participated in the confrontation in the heart of Tel Aviv.

Cecil called the "liar" Leviev to appear in court and Leviev replied: "Netflix paid her millions, I will sue her."

Haim Etgar demanded from Simon in a confrontation in the street to apologize for his actions to Kate and Cecil.

Leviev (whose real name is Shimon Hayut) refused to accept a challenge request and claimed that everyone is lying.

After the confrontation, Pelhoi stated that Leviev is "a real psychopath who can look me in the eyes and tell me I'm a liar."

In the last few weeks, following the investigation, a police investigation was opened against Leviev in Israel and complaints were filed with the police by Conlin and the businessman who financed Leviev for the offenses of fraudulently obtaining something, impersonation and forgery.

Watch the showdown above


Laviv (photo: screenshot, Keshet 12)

In the first part of the film, Conlin revealed that she also fell victim to Leviev's fraud after he asked her to take out 400,000 NIS in loans for him and promised to return the money to her quickly. return your money'.

For him it's his card, I'm kind of his toy for that second.

It was difficult.

On the one hand you feel like you are one of them, on the other hand you feel sorry for them, on the third hand there is a super impulsive person who owes me the money.

We had an agreement that as soon as I receive a message from a journalist, it has to go through him," she said.

As part of the investigation, a businessman was revealed who also fell victim to Leviev's fraud in the amount of NIS 4 million. In the investigation, the businessman said: "With the information I have about him, he can find himself in prison for at least five years.

What you saw on Netflix is ​​only the tip of the iceberg."

  • culture

  • TV

  • Israeli TV


  • Simon Leviev

  • The tinder scammer

Source: walla

All tech articles on 2022-12-28

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