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Only Mc Grath’s photos propping up the Facebook page, which has since been deleted. There’s a young woman who was so stressed she kind of had to put her life on hold for awhile and go back home.” The Stranger’s story has since gone viral, with versions appearing on New York Magazine’s website, and the DCist, among other sites.
Seattle police tell WUSA9 they are investigating several sets of allegations that have arisen from the women profiled by the Stranger, and since, but no charges have been filed. “I discovered he was using photos of me dating all the way back to 2011,” she said. He’s been doing this for a long time.” Reached by email on Wednesday, Hickey did not answer direct questions from WUSA9 about the Stranger report, or whether/why he had used Mc Grath’s photos.
Within 10 minutes of posting, she had a handful of virtual suitors — and one stood out.It’s not uncommon for victims to lose tens of thousands of dollars.Five years ago, an Austrian woman decided to give online dating a try.The story, by reporter Sydney Brownstone, details how Hickey used a fake Facebook profile by the name “Deja Stwalley,” a porn industry scout, to entice women who said they were interested in getting into the industry to have sex with him.“Stwalley” would build friendships with women, then set up meetings with her “ex-boyfriend,” Matt.
“You can’t hurt people like that.” Mc Grath was referencing an open letter she wrote to tech journalist Matt Hickey, now accused by multiple women of using a fake Facebook profile built on Mc Grath’s photos to lure and trick women into having sex in what they thought was a porn audition.