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"It’s a living hell."Cases of Grindr catfishing and deception happen every so often on Grindr—sometimes with tragic results.But the Grindr impersonation Herrick describes in his lawsuit was a longer-term form of abuse with equally dangerous consequences.Scruff also prevented the same device or IP address from creating any new accounts.Herrick says that Grindr, despite terms of service that explicitly disallow impersonating other people, never responded even after dozens of requests from him and from family members trying to help.Even after a judge signed an injunctive relief order Friday to force Grindr to stop the impersonating profiles, they persist: Herrick says that at least 24 men have come to his home and work since then.In total, he counts over 700 sex-soliciting men thrown into his daily life by the spoofed accounts since the ordeal began."My entire life has been stolen from me. I’m humiliated daily," says Herrick, tears welling in his eyes.Soon there were eight or nine visitors a day, and then more than a dozen, all finding their way not just to Herrick's home, but also to the midtown Manhattan restaurant where he worked.
(WIRED has chosen not to identify him as he's not named as a defendant in the complaint.) He allegedly began impersonating Herrick on Grindr even before their breakup earlier this year, but only started using the spoofed accounts to harass him after they separated.
In the weeks that followed, Herrick says, the fake accounts began to evolve.
Spoofed profiles with pictures of Herrick's semi-nude body began to offer rough, unprotected sex, orgies, and drugs.
On one day earlier this month, six men seeking sex came to the restaurant where Herrick works in just a four-minute span.
And Herrick says the person controlling the fake profiles will often tell the visitors Herrick will "say no when he means yes," or that he'd sent them away only to hide them from his jealous roommate, and that they should return."They were setting him up to be sexually assaulted," says Herrick's attorney Carrie Goldberg.