Man may face 13 years of jail after allegedly setting up dinner dates with women, not paying the bills

Man may face 13 years of jail after allegedly setting up dinner dates with women, not paying the bills
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Paul Guadalupe Gonzales accused of being the “Dine-and-Dash Dater” in Los Angeles was charged by the Los Angeles County prosecutors for grand theft and other charges.

He used to trap women by using a dating app to meet women, took them to dinner at restaurants and then left without paying any part of the bill.

The complaint says the women were defrauded of a total of $950, and as much as eight women ended up paying themselves and in two cases restaurants picked up the check.

If the charges against him proved to be right in the court of law then, he may face up to 13 years in prison.