When reality TV producer Johnathan Walton and his neighbors lose access to their resort-style swimming pool in their Downtown Los Angeles high-rise, they band together to push back against their landlord.
At one of their protest parties, Johnathan meets Mair Smyth, a wealthy Irish heiress with a storied past who is battling some serious demons from her family back in Ireland.
She dazzles the crowd, dropping in like an angel ready to solve everyone’s problems with the pool and beyond. But is Mair really the sweet savior she appears to be?
This is the pool Johnathan's apartment building lost back in 2013.
And the pool that gave con artist Marianne "Mair" Smyth entry into his life.
Johnathan gets a panicked call from Mair...in jail.
Her powerful Irish family set her up to make it look like she stole hundreds of thousands from her employer, all so they can torpedo her chances of getting her $25 million inheritance.
Johnathan spends $70,000 trying to help Mair clear her name and help her get what’s rightfully hers.
But one day he discovers "Mair Smyth" is not even her real name. And that's only the tip of the iceberg that forces Johnathan to question everything he thinks he knows about Mair Smyth.
Johnathan discovers that his good will helping his best friend was actually a long con: Mair scammed him out of nearly $100,000.
But his story is only the beginning of what’s shaping up to be a laundry list of cons, including credit card fraud, blackmail, and much more.
When police refuse to take his case seriously, Jonathan takes to the internet, writing blog posts warning any future victims, including one in particular: a wealthy SoCal software engineer Mair is dating who has no idea what she has in store for him.
This is the police report Johnathan filed back in March of 2017 days after picking up Marianne Smyth from jail and confronting her about scamming him.
Johnathan’s blog not only draws out more victims, it also stops one major crime before it happens.
Mair comes very close to scamming a Newport Beach engineer into adding her name to the deeds of his two multi-million dollar homes—so that she can own half of them.
But when the engineer’s ex-wife, herself a victim of Mair’s evil lies, finds Johnathan’s blog, the truth puts the kibosh on the con queen's plan just in the nick of time.
This is the $12 million mansion con artist Marianne "Mair" Smyth tricked Bob into believing she was going to buy with her inheritance and put his name on. She got a realtor and toured the home a bunch of times. Mair was trying to trick Bob into adding her name the titles of his two homes in return. But fate intervened... as we explain in Episode 4.
Mair Smyth spectacularly scams a Los Angeles politician out of tens of thousands by impersonating his former mistress and making threats of taking their relationship public right before an election. Johnathan also learns that Mair’s been in the blackmail business for a while, conning men she meets on a “Sugar Daddy” dating site. As he uncovers each new head-spinning con, Johnathan wonders just how far down this rabbit hole goes.
This is a screen grab of Mair's Sugar Daddy for Me Profile discussed in Episode 5. She had a slew of married men in Los Angeles paying her a monthly fee for sex. She was a sugar baby. And when these men, these 'SugarDaddies' wanted to end their arrangement; Mair threatened to go to their wives with evidence of their sexual relationship. Each and every guy paid Mair thousands of dollars to not tell their wives.
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