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Tinder Swindler’s ‘first victim’ was cut into a cell where the cock was infected for his crimes

Tinder Swindler’s ‘first victim’ was cut into a cell where the cock was infected for his crimes

A woman who claims to be the first ‘victim’ of Tinder Swindler Shimon Hayut – better known as Simon Leviev – has revealed how he left her in a cockroach-infested prison for his crimes after her fall “under his spell”.

Courtney Simmonds-Miller, who is from Cambridge, says she met Hayut when she was 20 and the couple soon became great friends.

She often acted as his wing man trying to attract women to clubs, but eventually became a personal assistant on a salary of € 2,500 a month.

He initially claimed he had no money, but later claimed he was a secret millionaire in a phone call – arguing that his father had sent him to Cyprus to work in a low-wage job for the value of the understand money, but as was his legacy now. approaching, he considered opening a business on the Mediterranean island.

Tinder Swindler’s ‘first victim’ was cut into a cell where the cock was infected for his crimes
Credit: Instagram / @ simon_leviev_official

Just months after he became a personal assistant, Simmonds-Miller was arrested and questioned by Cypriot police, charged with credit card fraud.

Speaking to The Sun about their plight, she said: “At first I thought the police were racist because we were not Cyprus. I spent three weeks in police custody, even though it was a non – violent crime.

“The cell was terrible, cockroaches were everywhere. There were no doors to the showers or toilets and the toilet itself was a hole in the ground.

“The showers were cold and they didn’t have a proper one, it was just a metal pipe. I shared bunk beds with real criminals.

“They sought to stretch me. I tried to refuse but they pushed around me saying I had no choice.

“The whole place was inhuman. »

Eventually, the British High Commission hired a lawyer for Simmonds-Miller, whose bill was established by her grandparents. His parents also posted € 2,000 for his bonds and Hayut received € 8,000 from a local rabbi.

Credit: Instagram / @ simon_leviev_official
Credit: Instagram / @ simon_leviev_official

“My lawyer told me that because Simon left the country, all the fees would fall on me instead – they would give me many years,” she said.

To keep her out of prison, Simmonds-Miller’s grandmother brought the deed to her house, along with some money, for the court.

It took her two years – and her family’s € 14,200 – to finally acquit her.

Simmonds-Miller said Hayut told her “always” that he loved her and that she was his “best friend”, and the two became so close that she withdrew from her friends and family.

“I was 100% under his spell,” she said.

“The closest thing I can think of is when you first meet the love of your life and do anything for it.

“It simply came to our notice then. He was very attentive, always praising me. I thought he was my soul mate in the form of a friend and wanted to help me improve my life. »

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