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Leviev’s “Stronger Together” Bracelet Helps Victims of the “Tinder Swindler”

Three victims of Shimon Hayut helped design the bracelet
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Credit: Leviev Diamonds

Cecilie Fjellhoy, Pernilla Sjoholm, and Ayleen Charlotte – three victims who appeared on the hugely popular documentary “The Tinder Swindler” – are hoping to recoup some of their financial losses through sales of a bracelet created especially for their benefit, IDEX Online reports. 

 

The $169 “Stronger Together” bracelet is being launched by Leviev Diamonds, a company with unfortunate close ties to the story. The so-called Tinder Swindler, 31 year-old Shimon Hayut from Israel, legally changed his name to Simon Leviev and falsely claimed to be the son of Lev Leviev.  According to the report, 90% of the profits from the sale of bracelets “go directly to the women, and the remainder to a charity on their behalf.”

 

Fjellhoy, Sjoholm and Charlotte played a role in designing the bracelet, “which features two interlocking golden rings and two natural diamonds (sterling silver 18K gold vermeil, total weight 0.14-ct).” 

 

Chagit Leviev, who runs Leviev Diamonds USA, said: “These women were courageous enough to go on Netflix and tell the whole world how they were deceived. I felt their pain as a woman, and I wanted to reach out to them to offer our support to do something together.”

 

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