Leviev claims to have a new gig with Cameo, but Instagram is busy making fun of him instead of taking him seriously. Many Instagram users are trolling him, using the same lines he used on his alleged victims on Tinder, writing comments like, “I need some cash asap, please dm me for further instructions. Our lives are in danger.”
Others are way more direct, one comment reading, “return the money to the girls, you fake rich douche. You can lie all you want but the girls have evidence including your threatening voice messages. If you are really innocent, grow some b**ls, go back to Europe and face your accusers in court.”
According to TMZ, Leviev joined Cameo a couple of days back and had already started making money. He’s allegedly getting waves of requests from fans to make messages, and he charges $200 for a personal video and a steeper $2,000 for a business. Apparently, he’s already made $30,000 in the first three days, although this is definitely not Ferrari money.
His “fans ” have wanted him to make birthday and anniversary shoutouts as well as pep talks, but no “warning” videos yet. Perhaps Tinder could hire him for a dating advice video, telling women what not to do?
Despite being convicted, spending time in prison, and having the Netflix documentary “The Tinder Swindler” tell his conning tales, Levive denies being the conman he is portrayed as. His first-ever video interview will be out on February 21 and 22, where he denies it all.
Instagram users are not terribly impressed with his claims, feeling his “story” is just that, another story. Meanwhile his bodyguard, Piotr, whose “bloodied face” was used to entrap women further, as per the Netflix true-crime documentary is also speaking up, after sending a “cease and desist” notice to the streaming channel.
Apparently, he was not part of the scam and demands that Netflix issue him an official page. Let’s see how that goes down.