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The Tinder Swindler’s victim reveals the one item she kept from relationship with conman after selling all his designer clothes

Ayleen was one of the three women in the documentary (Picture: Courtesy of Netflix)

Ayleen Koeleman, who appeared in Netflix’s The Tinder Swindler, has revealed to fans what she decided to keep hold of after her ordeal with conman Shimon Hayut.

Three women who were conned out of thousands of pounds by Hayut shared their stories with the world in the recent one-off documentary.

Cecilie Fjellhøy, Ayleen Koeleman, Pernilla Sjoholm all starred in the damning documentary exposing Hayut, who scammed women he met on Tinder to fund his billionaire lifestyle.

But it was Koeleman who eventually managed to bring Hayut down for good, as she managed to share details of a flight he was on with Interpol police.

In the interim, she had been selling his expensive designer items under the guise she was trying to fund him some cash.

Really, Koeleman was seeking to get herself some justice and repay some of her massive debts left as a result of Hayut.

Hayut has continued to flaunt his lavish lifestyle (Picture: Instagram/simon_leviev_official)

Obviously, fans were delighted to see her take back some control of the situation, but she won over even more in her latest Instagram post.

Donning a pair of aviator sunglasses, she revealed they in fact belonged to Hayut, as she cheekily stuck her tongue out for the camera.

Alongside the snap was the caption: ‘Yes these are his glasses #thankyouall #thetinderswindler.’

Absolutely iconic.

Koeleman has also used the social media platform to thank fans for sending the documentary to the Number One movie position on Netflix.

She wrote: ‘This is just extraordinary! Number 1. Movie position this week worldwide.

‘The first time a documentary has ever held the spot. This is beyond anything! Thank you so much for your support! #thetinderswindler #netflix.’

The story has clearly struck a chord with viewers around the world, and Netflix revealed it has been watched for 45,800,000 hours in the past week.

Victims of Hayut are all still paying off their large debts, down to huge loans they took out in order to ‘save him from his enemies’.

Hayut is still believed to be free in Israel after he was released from prison in early 2020.

The Tinder Swindler can be streamed in full on Netflix now. 


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