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The 26-year-old was one of Simon Leviev's victims, and lent the conman thousands of dollars that she never saw again.
Watch the trailer for The Tinder Swindler here:
Ayleen was one of many women who met Simon on Tinder and was wowed by his impressive dates including dinners in the best restaurants, private flights all over the world, and his extensive wardrobe of designer gear.
She quickly became the hero of The Tinder Swindler after beating Simon at his own game when she figured out what he had been up to.
Insisting he worked in the busy diamond industry, Simon was constantly ‘travelling’ for business, meaning the relationships he pursued were long distance.
After dating a woman for a short while, he’d explain that he was in danger, send videos of his ‘bodyguard’ bleeding, and tell his girlfriend that he needed to use a credit card in someone else’s name so he couldn’t be tracked.
Ayleen lost $140,000/£103,000 to Simon before she spotted a newspaper report about him and realising that he had 'seduced and swindled' a number of young women before her.
After contacting the police when she realised who she was up against, Ayleen decided to get her own back by selling Simon's designer clothes.
Taking his luxury items from brands like Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton and selling them on eBay, Ayleen made thousands - keeping the earnings for herself, of course!
Watching the victim take back control, viewers quickly grew fond of Ayleen, who now has over 13,000 followers on Instagram.
Keeping her new-found fans happy, Ayleen shared a selfie to her page over the weekend, wearing some pricey-looking shades and sticking out her tongue.
She captioned the post: "Yes these are his glasses🤪 #thankyouall #thetinderswindler"
As if we couldn't love her any more!
You can watch the full story of The Tinder Swindler on Netflix.
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