Johnathan Walton was conned out of $92,000 by his BEST FRIEND.
He speaks on his experience as a victim of a master manipulator and how he found others who went through the same exact thing.
Marianne Smyth, 51, is currently in jail in Los Angeles after conning almost $100,000 from TV producer Johnathan Walton, 45, over two years by pretending to be an Irish royal and heir to a fortune. CLICK HERE
Marianne Smyth was an alleged con artist before Wednesday.
Now she is a convicted one.
A Los Angeles court has found the former Maryville woman guilty of grand theft after she stole more than $75,000 from a reality TV producer. CLICK HERE
Hollywood con artist 'duped 26 people in Northern Ireland of £380,000'
Marianne Smyth, who has served jail time for embezzling £155,000 from the firm, is believed to have worked as a mortgage adviser here in 2008. CLICK HERE
“I can help,” she said, and with just those three words, a four-year nightmare began to unfold as I fell hard for one of the oldest cons in the book: The Inheritance Scam.
But this scheme wasn’t cooked up by some fictional Nigerian prince soliciting me through a sketchy email. I fell under the spell of an immensely lovable woman who inserted herself into my life and became my best friend.
Unfortunately, she was also an international con artist on the run from the authorities and I was about to become one of her many “marks.” CLICK HERE
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