‘Tinder Swindler’ Signs With Hollywood Agent In Hopes Of Landing His Own Dating Show

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

18 Feb 2022

The man who is the subject of the Netflix documentary “The Tinder Swindler”  has allegedly set his sights on a new life in Hollywood.

Simon Leviev, 31, has signed with LA-based manager Gina Rodriguez who represents host of reality tv stars.

After scamming millions out of women from London to Germany, TMZ sources say the two are cooking up “a bunch of plans to parlay Leviev’s new Netflix fame into profit and an entertainment career.”

Women would compete for his love in a ‘The Bachelor’/ ‘Flavor of Love’ style show a representative from Gitoni confirmed Thursday.

The ever ambitious Leviev doesn’t want to stop there, with firm intentions to write a book and host a podcast in which he offers dating dos and don’ts alongside his show.

“I was intrigued with the Netflix story. I saw the world’s greatest salesman,” Rodriguez said in a statement to Los Angeles. “But it left me with a lot of unanswered questions and was very biased. I believe there are two sides to every story and everyone should have the chance to tell their side of the story.”

‘The Tinder Swindler’, premiered on Netflix on February 2 sharing the story of how Leviev managed to wrangle an estimated $10 million from gullible ladies.

Leviev was convicted of fraud, theft, and forgery and sentenced to 15 months in prison in December, 2019, but was released after five months.