Alaw, who makes £44,000 a year through Onlyfans, spoke out following the release of Netflix's popular new documentary Tinder Swindler documentary.
She claims she was being "treated worse than the Tinder Swindler", also known as convicted fraudster Shimon Hayut.
“I think it’s all a joke after watching the show on Netflix and he was still able to be on the app when his purpose was to use it for criminal activity – whereas all I wanted was to go for a drink with someone," she said [via Daily Mail].
The documentary tells the story of three women who were victims of his crimes, though many more women across Europe are believed to have been scammed by him.
Leviev posed as the son of a billionaire diamond mogul and treated them to meals in 5-star hotels and flew them to destinations after meeting them for one coffee date, using money scammed from other women.
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