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- A con artist who has targeted women across the country has found his latest victim in Maryland.Andre Perrault said he was on the dating site OK Cupid in April 2016 when he was messaged by someone claiming to be an 18-year-old college student from Tucson. The Spanish teacher said what happened next was the start of a scam that cost him money, his job and reputation."About 15 minutes before we were supposed to meet I received a phone call from a very anxious and angry man saying that I was inappropriately communicating with his 16-year-old daughter," Perrault said.Perrault, who was 24 at the time, said the man threatened to sue and demanded money."I just immediately reacted in stupidity and paid this man to leave me alone," he said. He came back multiple times for more and more money."Asked why he didn't call the police, Perrault said he "was very ashamed of the situation" and didn't even tell his own parents about it.We get along so good it’s really a match made in heaven.(FOX NEWS) - A dating site that matches Trump-supporting singles is enjoying a spike in membership ahead of the president-elect’s inauguration Friday.The woman you are about to meet thought she could trust the man she had been dating for two months.