Man Files $75 Million Lawsuit Against 27 Women Accusing Him Of Serial Ghosting On A Facebook Group

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A man from Chicago is taking legal action against multiple women who posted negative reviews on the

“Are We Dating The Same Guy”

Facebook group, describing him as


and a serial


per the NY Post.

Nikko D’Ambrosio, 32, alleges that he suffered from defamation, doxxing, and invasion of privacy when his name and photo were shared in the Chicago edition of the Facebook group. D’Ambrosio is suing 27 women who have been specifically named, including the moderators of the group. Additionally, there are several unnamed individuals referred to as Jane Does, and various divisions of Facebook’s parent company, Meta, are also involved. He is seeking $75 million in damages as a result.

D’Ambrosio claims that he had a consensual sexual encounter with the woman who made the initial post after meeting at an event in Chicago. They went on a few


dates but did not enter into an exclusive dating relationship. D’Ambrosio claims the woman told lies including that he got

“very clingy very fast,”

flaunted his money, and

“kept talking about how I don’t want to see his bad side, especially when he was on business calls.”

The complaint says that the woman initially shared the post under her real name but later deleted and reposted it anonymously after his lawyers reached out to her. Her post led to a barrage of comments from other women who claimed to have had similar experiences with him.

“The defendants broadcast their outrageous, cruel, and malicious lies about the plaintiff with knowledge that the statements were false or with reckless disregard as whether or not they were true,”

the complaint states. 

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