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Shady investment advisor, Stephen Dent Greenwich CT, was getting blackmailed by the girls he met on a sugar daddy website. However, things didn’t stop there.
Later, he went back to the website and got blackmailed again.
We received an alert that a fake copyright takedown notice was sent to try and remove this webpage from Google.
You can view the fake DMCA notice at – https://lumendatabase.org/notices/28304559
The fake URL used in this notice is – https://theglobal-updates.blogspot.com/2022/05/stephen-dent-greenwich-pervert-sugar.html
Google has, for now, remove this page from Google. However, we immediately submitted a counter-notice, and Google informed us that the URL will be re-indexed on its search engines within 10 business days.
In view of a fake DMCA notice filed on behalf of Stephen Dent Greenwich, Gripeo will now take a lot more interest in this scammer, and with the help of its associate websites, partners, and news media, we will be publishing around a dozen articles, based on absolute facts and figures, covering publicly available data.
We have also discovered fake DMCAs used on this fake Blogspot site and will be covering those topics as well.
If a single article at Gripeo was difficult to handle for Stephen Dent Greenwich and his rogue PR agency, we’ll wait and see how they deal with ~50 such articles in the coming months.
And of course, this Gripeo URL will be reinstated on Google anyways. So Stephen, don’t pay your Rep Firm just yet !!
The DuPont heir and multi-millionaire gained a lot of notoriety for his visits to the sugar daddy website.
In 2007, Stephen Dent Greenwich found himself the victim of an extortion ring where the girls he paid for “companionship” tried to milk him for every penny he had. Naturally, the FBI and the Greenwich police intervened.
But a few months later, he went back to the same sugar daddy website and started looking for new “companions”.
What’s worse is that Stephen Dent Greenwich was a married man at the time.
Again, he got blackmailed.
GreenwichTime reported that the women called him ‘master’ while he called them his ‘slaves’.
However, the multi-millionaire Stephen Dent did not expect that the women were no mere slaves and he would end up doing their bidding.
Stephen had paid them $200,000 for their online companionship and “personal services”.
Then, the women tried to get more money from him.
At least 3 of the women Stephen Dent Greenwich CT had paid have tried to blackmail him. The Harvard-educated multi-millionaire lives on a private street in Riverside. He is a successful entrepreneur and DuPont heir.
2 of the cases ended up in FBI-Greenwich Police Department investigations for extortion charges.
Stephen Dent Greenwich CT used to visit the website “seekingarrangement.com”. According to police reports, he was a habitual visitor of the website for 2 years, looking for women to talk to and sometimes, meet for sex.
In some cases, he paid up to $15,000 for sex, according to police reports.
Note that seekingarrangement.com caters to older wealthy men known as “sugar daddies” who are willing to pay young women for their companionship. Based in Nevada, this site used to brand itself as a platform for wealthy benefactors.
However, the owner of the website claimed that Stephen must have done something very wrong because no other client has experienced this problem.
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Stephen Dent Greenwich CT is Now Trying to Bury the News:
It seems like the DuPont heir doesn’t want people to remember this decade-old incident. So, someone affiliated with him is trying to rank positive keywords for him on Google.
Maybe he doesn’t want people to remember him as a pervert sugar daddy?
God knows. But here are a few of the websites his marketers have started posting on Google.
In all of the websites, someone has copy-pasted a generic article about Greenwich CT and has stuffed teh article with the name of Stephen Dent.
It’s a cheap marketing tactic but a pretty unethical one.
In any case, it’s obvious that Stephen Dent Greenwich CT doesn’t want anyone to remember him as a multi-millionaire who paid $200,000 to his “slaves”.
Stephen Dent Greenwich CT was the victim of blackmail when the women he paid for “companionship” tried to extort money out of him. Now, someone associated with him is doing cheap PR to hide the story. He had paid $200,000 to multiple women on a sugar daddy website.
- Using unethical PR