victim of “love crook”, he filed a complaint

In 2015, she broke up with her first love, hung out with single friends, went back to a nightclub. One night, she was approached by a man who invited her to dance …

In 2015, she broke up with her first love, hung out with single friends, went back to a nightclub. One night, she was approached by a man who invited her to dance. “It was the perfect match. She meets him again at the same nightclub, likes to chat with him. He told himself, told everything about himself. He presented himself as a business manager, bilingual, made a lot of money, in Bordeaux between two planes, two seminars, two appointments.

“She attracted me, restored my self-confidence, adorned me,” recalls Isabelle, who at the time was discouraged by her separation and realized that her faith had lasted long enough.

The relationship became more serious. They meet and meet again. Never at night because, she didn’t have to tell him, she was working in the secret service. “She attracted me, restored my self-confidence, adorned me,” recalls Isabelle, who at the time was discouraged by her separation and realized that her faith had lasted long enough.

“I’ll give you back”

In July, he invited her to Amsterdam. But he had to pay the bill because his bank card wouldn’t work. Then he heard for the first time the sentence that he would not stop repeating: “I will give you back”. “I’m not hurt,” the young woman said. “I don’t like to have fun. I was put in red but I paid because I love him, I love him, we are together ”.

“But he saw I had a quick card”. Then he won’t stop asking for it. For the tax balance of 5,000 euros when his company sank. For an allowance of 400 euros for his son who stays in Africa and where he learns not to exist. For his mother who was seriously ill he had to undergo surgery in… Dubai, where he obviously had to accompany her. To stand for election in their homeland. To pay for cable, outlets, etc.

The more he searches, the more he will find. And found a man she did not know. “Actually, he always started with a fact, but he embroidered it to embellish his story”

To his surprise, he said “I love you”, he gave up. “He gave me gentleness, told me beautiful things. All my relatives liked him, he ran well. Always promising to pay off his debts, he gave him the idea of ​​one consumer credit, then two, then eight. He refuses, he calls him stingy and selfish, he gives. It’s an infernal gear. He was soon in a situation of excessive debt. He decided to call Restos du Coeur and break up.

“It was a period of financial comfort but lack of love,” Isabelle admits. A month later, he came back with jewelry and an apology he accepted. He promised to change, to go abroad to find work. She was still the one who accompanied her financially when she found out she was pregnant. “It’s also to get rid of it, I’m psychologically tired”. The inheritance left by his father partially compensates for his debts.

“Head seeker”

She was moving and giving birth alone. She is far away for her son. But he came back empty -handed in France when he organized and cleaned up his life without her. At this point, all the questions that had been withheld for months resurfaced and called for an immediate answer. “I put myself in homing mode”, Isabelle summarizes. And the more he searches, the more he will find. And she discovers a man she doesn’t know, who is leading many lives at the same time and is actually getting married.

“Honestly, in fact he always started, more believably, but he embroidered to make his story beautiful,” he now knows. With a name, he saw a so -called companion. In fact, a man she met at the casino – she understood why her former big gambler had invited her to the establishment’s restaurant – had also deceived her.

She discovers an ex, in excess of debt. “I feel like he told me my story,” Isabelle sighed. “He changed his name to French. Each time, in France or abroad, he would open accounts and find a way to pay, ”the young woman complained. He was not a restaurant manager during his stay abroad. He was diving. But it is still pathetic to collect donations for her son who suffers from an imaginary genetic disease. He offered jobs, but first asked for money to do the paperwork.

Isabelle carried eight victims. The Bordeaux prosecutor’s office confirmed the existence of four methods. Two were dismissed, one was settled and the investigation is still ongoing for another. “He needs to stop ruining lives,” Isabelle pleaded.

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