By Bill Hoffman. A professional matchmaker — banned from New York for pairing clients with ex-cons, paupers and men with sexual diseases, while charging them millions for their hellish encounters — has been nailed as a crooked Cupid yet again. Helena Amram, who still owes millions in court-ordered restitution to her Big Apple victims, committed the same old tricks in Palm Beach County, Fla. But despite her sleazy criminal history as a matchmaker from hell, the smooth-talking year-old con is walking away virtually scot-free, thanks to a slap-on-the-wrist plea deal. Her latest victims — dozens of lonely hearts who live in the posh Boca Raton area — have been spinning nauseating tales of deception.
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Sodini was devoted follower of dating guru
The man who killed three women in a shooting rampage at a health club knew the book "How to Date Young Women: For Men Over 35" chapter and verse, and was a devoted follower of its author. In fact, in an online video that surfaced this week, George Sodini can be seen sitting in rapt attention at one of R. Don Steele's dating seminars as the white-haired pickup artist tells a group of men to get over their fears of approaching women and to stop being such nice guys all the time. Then, Sodini is shown shaking hands with one of Steele's beautiful blond assistants as part of an exercise in how to meet women. The advice and the self-help book — which promises to show "how to make your fantasies come true" — evidently didn't do anything to improve Sodini's love life.
Matthew Hussey spreads love, one YouTube video at a time. The year-old British dating coach has built a mini-empire by doling out advice to single women seeking love in the age of Tinder and ghosting. Here, in an edited interview, Mr.