On the Internet, you can be anyone you want to be. A married Chinese man posed as a CEO online to lure women in and take money from them.
Here are the details via The Daily Mail:
Tian Fusheng, who is married and has a 18-year-old daughter, allegedly dated more than a dozen of women – including two sharing the same dorm – and swindled 350,000 Yuan (£35,500) out of them during the last four years.
Mr. Tian met his mistresses, who are all university students, through online chatting platform QQ.
He would then invite the young women to his home, have sex with them and promise to marry them.
Three of the 15 women are reported to have got pregnant by him.
He identified himself as a 28-year-old CEO of a luxury fashion company, who held two Master’s degrees from top universities in China.
But in reality, Tian is unemployed, unhappily married and has a 18-year-old daughter, according to his father.
He allegedly got money from the women by saying his business had cash flow problems, and that his mother was terminally ill.
Tian apparently didn’t know how to keep his mistresses from finding out about one another. Two of the women showed up to his house while he wasn’t there and found out they were dating the same guy. The found the other 13 women through the online chatting website. Fellas, if you want to do dirt at least clean up after yourself. When you start to get sloppy, that’s when you get caught.