Married dating plenty of fish

12 Sep

(Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers, Don Cameron/Facebook) Mary-Lee Mac Innis thought she had met her dream man. Now, she wants women to be warned: Donald John Cameron is a career criminal who targets women on Plenty of Fish."If he has his back up against a wall, he will do anything to get out of it," she told CBC News.He also identified Cameron as the seller when CBC News showed him a photo of his wanted poster from the Crime Stoppers website in Kelowna."I felt guilt because I thought I supported something bad," Basu said. Mac Innis provided CBC News with the serial number on the warranty for the camera she reported stolen."If this story does air tomorrow morning you as a person, individual, and your station will be charged with slander, defamation of character, and anything else my lawyer can bring against you," Cameron said.

In a voicemail message to CBC News on Wednesday, Cameron denied all allegations of impropriety.Despite his denials, a CBC News investigation found dozens of charges by calling courthouses around the country, and supplying Cameron's first, middle, and last names, along with his date of birth. Cameron has either been charged with crimes or convicted in at least nine cities across Canada.He's been charged with fraud, identity theft, assault, criminal harassment and numerous counts of theft under ,000.Cameron was in Sudbury in October 2016 and met up with Mac Innis, with whom he first chatted two years earlier on Plenty of Fish. "He would do things for me that, well, a girl always wants a guy to do for her." But there were red flags.She had no idea of his criminal background, despite doing her research before dating him. Cameron would often take her car without asking, she said.