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Friday, June 12, 2020

SAME OLD DOG...SAME OLD TRICKS! David Damante Is Already Out Of Prison For Violating Terms Of His Supervised Release (Violation #3!) & Living In A Phoenix Halfway House; Back On SugarDaddy.com, Damante Replaced His “Love Of Nude Sunbathing” With “High Self Esteem” Under Screen Names “Ferraridave43” & “Sicilian6969” (Ewwww!)


David Damante, a notorious fraudster currently in a Phoenix halfway house serving the balance of a 12-month prison sentence for violating the terms of his supervised release, has begun laying the groundwork for his next victims with two recently-launched profiles (“Sicilian6969” and “Ferraridave43”) on SugarDaddy.com.

On February 19, 2014, Damante was convicted of two counts of Wire Fraud and was sentenced to 41 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release. 

On May 11, 2016, his supervision was revoked, and he was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment, followed by 24 months of supervised release. 

On August 10, 2018, his supervision was revoked for a second time, and he was sentenced to 12 months of supervised release. Damante began supervised release for the third time in the District of Nevada on June 27, 2019, and plead guilty to his third violation of supervised release on December 10, 2019.

In his 20+ year fraud career, David Damante perpetrated a multi-million dollar art fraud scheme hatched to sell a fake Basquiat painting for $6.5 million, formed a bogus doggie treat company (Pawfect Protein Bitez), and, under the alias David “Diamante”, proposed marriage to a woman who opened bank accounts on his behalf for Pawfect Protein Bitez—a fake company that managed to execute a real Sponsorship Agreement with the Dallas Mavericks on June 14, 2019, while Damante was in a halfway house—13 days prior to commencing his third supervised release.

But here's the thing: once Damante is released from the halfway house in December, he'll no longer be supervised.

And I will no longer be responding to reports of how Damante scammed you or your friends.

Nope, no more. 

If a guy tells you he's a millionaire, but has you draft his corporation documents and open bank accounts under your name, run the other way.

You've been warned.









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