Piotr Kaluski is famous all over the world thanks to the Netflix production “The Tinder Cheater”. However, this is not the fame he dreamed of. He is claiming €3 million in damages from the platform. He believes that the document portrays him in a bad light as an accomplice in Simon Leviev’s frauds. He met Ozost in 2016 in Warsaw. There is no contact with him, although Leviev tried to contact him because – as Kalusky believes – he “fears some of his knowledge and what he might reveal.” However, Piotr asserts that he does not intend to respond.
When asked if he was aware that Simon Leviev was cheating on his girlfriends, he denied it.
Peter Kalusky is in a difficult situation. He claims that with all the confusion about the documentary on Netflix, he can’t get a job. You tarnished his reputation. In addition, he suffers from health problems.
He faces difficulties on a daily basis. It is not only he who suffers, but also his family.
Simon Leviev His real name is Shimon Hayut, an Israeli. On Tinder he pretended to be the son of billionaire Lev Leviev – the “king of diamonds”. He made women fall in love with him, then extorted huge sums of money from them. Often the ladies gave him their savings and took out loans.
The film’s authors estimate that the man extorted $ 10 million from his victims around the world. He has not been convicted of Tinder fraud. In 2012, an Israeli court accused him of stealing and forging checks, as well as leaving the five-year-old he was caring for unattended. In 2015, he was arrested in Finland and sentenced to three years in prison for defrauding several women. After serving his sentence, he returned to Israel, where he was sentenced again in 2017. However, according to The Times of Israel, he took a different identity, changed his name to Simon Leviev, and fled the country again.
In 2019, he was arrested by Interpol in Greece for using a false passport. In the same year, he was sentenced to 15 months in prison in Israel, but was released after five months as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In 2020, impersonate a healthcare professional to receive an early COVID vaccine. Wanted by the police in Norway, Sweden and Great Britain.
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