TMZ reports that clubs in the U.S. and abroad want to book Leviev to patronize their venues; spots in Philly, Boston, Germany, and Mexico have asked him to make appearances. It looks like he’s interested too, with his team sending over a list of his needs in order to solidify the deal.
According to the outlet, in addition to 20K, that list also includes bottle service, a private jet, a suite at a five-star hotel, a black SUV car service, and two security guards who will be with him the whole time.
It sounds like he might end up living the exact life that he told his alleged victims he already had, which includes his recent visit to a Ferrari dealership. It’s reported that he’s also been earning a decent amount of money on Cameo, where he’s charging $200 per video and has already made $30K in three days.
In The Tinder Swindler doc, we learn that Leviev scammed women out of over $10 million via the dating app. In fact, earlier this month, he was banned from Tinder. “We have conducted internal investigations and can confirm Simon Leviev is no longer active on Tinder under any of his known aliases,” Tinder said in a statement. Leviev—born Shimon Hayut—reportedly took to his own Instagram Story earlier this month where he said he plans to share his side of the story.