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.