‘Tinder Swindler’ Shimon Hayut’s Bodyguard Peter is Suing Netflix, Here’s Why

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Peter, the bodyguard of ‘Tinder Swindler’ Simon Leviv, is now suing Netflix. The true crime documentary has caused a stir on social media since its release, telling an almost Hollywood-style story that deceived countless women from millions around the world. The ordeal of Cecily, Pernilla and Aileen has become the subject of speculation on social media, but it has also brought a surge of compassion for them. They have now raised funds to pay off the debt owed by Simon. However, the same cannot be said of Peter, Simon’s bodyguard. The Netflix documentary claims that Simon will tell the women he cheated on that his life is in danger and that he is being attacked by “enemies”, showing them photos of Peter, bleeding and in an ambulance. Peter’s lawyer, however, claimed he had no part in the scam, LADBible reported.

Peter’s lawyer said he was suing Netflix over his portrayal in the documentary, which allegedly caused him mental distress and violated his “human rights.” Lawyer Joanna Parafianoviz also claimed that Netflix never spoke to Peter during the filming of the documentary. She claimed that no charges had been filed against her client and that the film did not tell her “story”. She added that Peter had never been involved in any of Simon’s businesses, but because of the movie, he was now involved in Conman’s activities.

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“No one has the right to be deprived of fundamental rights, such as the right to image and the right to protection of personal data,” LADBible was quoted as saying. The image and the sudden move cost him anonymity, reputation as well as his ability to act as a bodyguard. She alleged that her comments on the case were not sought. She added that Peter is in a bad mental state right now.

Following the success of the documentary and trending hashtags on Twitter, the three women who were defrauded by Shimon Hyatt now plan to raise funds to pay off the debts they owed on behalf of Shimon. The GoFundMe page set up by Cecilie, Pernilla and Ayleen has set a target of £ 600,000 (approximately Rs. 6,07,67,398) from which they have received £ 32,826. The page greets potential donors with a message that reads, “You’re probably here because you heard about our story, and we appreciate taking the time to find and explore this page.” The last few days have been whirlwinds, and the three of us have been utterly shocked by the flood of compassion and support from everyone.

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