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The Tinder Swindler – Simon Leviev’s arrest warrant reportedly issued in Spain, but He says it is not possible.

A rep for Simon noted, “The Daily Mail story is wrong there was never a pending investigation or anything sent to the address. He paid 100 euros and went on his way.”

Simon Leviev, dubbed “The Tinder Swindler,” could face serious prison time after authorities issued an arrest warrant for him for an incident in 2019, in which authorities claim he used a fake driver’s license when he got his luxury car stuck on a beach in Spain.

Police in Tarifa, Spain were able to link Leviev to a 2019 collision because of the Netflix documentary. Leviev allegedly offered up a phony ID with the name Michael Bilton – one of his claimed aliases – after his $100K Maserati became stranded on the beach, according to cops.
When police saw the name referenced in the Netflix documentary ‘The Tinder Swindler’, they discovered the connection.

The rented car was towed away, and he and his unknown date were free to leave. Cops suspected the license wasn’t legitimate, but no arrests were made at the time… the rented car was towed away, and he and his unknown date were free to leave. In the midst of the investigation, he allegedly gave police an address in Costa del Sol.

Things came to a standstill when “Bilton” failed to respond to his summons… the case is now being reopened since cops believe Leviev is the person in question.

Simon Leviev syas that he already served time in 2019 for using a fake passport and believes he can’t be sentenced for the same crime twice.

Leviev was last seen in Tel Aviv in March, and he was recently duped after paying more than $6K to have his Instagram account verified by someone he thought was a Meta employee. The whole thing turned out to be a ruse.

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