We are sorry for this Swindler.

At least that’s how Cecilie Schrøder Fjellhøy said she feels towards Shimon Hayut, also known as Simon LevievIn an interview Drew Barrymore ShowFriday, February 11

Cecilie Pernilla Sjoholm sat with Drew to discuss the aftermath of the Netflix documentary Tinder Swindler, in which they both accused Shimon of taking thousands of dollars from them after first meeting on a dating app. He hasn’t been accused of any crime related to their relationship with Cecilie and Pernilla.

Drew BarrymoreCecilie called Shimon “mastermind at doing what he does” and asked her what advice she had for him. He needs support, she replied. It is clear that he requires help, and it hurts me to think of him. That is also what I want to convey. He is truly, deeply sorry. His life has been very empty.

Shimon had responded to the Netflix documentary with a voice memo that played in the film. Shimon said that he would file a suit against you for discrimination and lying and that, as you all know, the entire film is built on lies. And that’s all. This is the way it will be.