Simon Leviev, also known as the Tinder Swindler, has just dropped his first NFT collection. Leviev is using this collection to cash in after receiving worldwide fame through a Netflix documentary.
Simon Leviev became an overnight celebrity after a group of women who were victims of his con called him out via the hit Netflix documentary, “The Tinder Swindler”. Despite the evidence, Leviev repeatedly claimed he’s a legit businessman.
Available on OpenSea, the collection so far comprises one NFT, titled “Peter Hurt”. The NFT features Leviev’s “bodyguard”, Peter, sitting in an ambulance while wounded. The NFT is currently priced at 0.15 ETH. At the time of writing, four NFT enthusiasts have already bought Leviev’s NFT.
Alongside the NFT, Leviev launched a brand new website with a merchandise section. T-shirts with slogans like “Peter’s Hurt. Send Money,” “My Enemies Are After Me” and “If She Really Loves You, She’ll Take Out A $20,000 Loan For You” are available and priced at $28. In addition, Leviev has also launched a Cameo account, where he charges fans $200 for a personalised video message.
In addition, Simon Leviev recently signed a deal with talent manager Gina Rodriguez to break into Hollywood. Furthermore, reports surfaced that he is currently working on a dating show, and even put his name in the hat for the next edition of Dancing With The Stars.
Through this venture, Leviev is pulling a Stormy Daniels. Meanwhile, the women he defrauded have set up a GoFundMe campaign to pay off the debts incurred by Leviev.