Mellissa Riddle, also known as Mellissa (or Melissa) Constance Riddle, is a scammer and cyberbully who hits on men over the Internet, usually on social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram, looking for money. The ways she tries to trap men are nondescript — the guys are chosen at random, as long as they have money — but her stories are pretty interesting. She also teaches "Muslim culture" online while having (real) abortions, which contradicts Muslim culture.
Example #1: she claims to have been to India to learn Kama Sutra after her marriage because her ex-husband didn't give her enough sex.
[Mellissa Riddle] I educated myself after divorce. Even went to India to learn about Kama sutra as well as Tantra yoga & Ayurvedic
Bas-relief in stone, 10th century AD. Kama Sutra scene: A man with three women, Temple in Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Example #2: then she started to date a…
[Mellissa Riddle] Muslim converted to Buddhism after living with monks at MIT (funny story)
and the sex was not satisfying. By the way, it is very true: funny story. So this is what it is important now: sex. Only if the man is rich though, because Mellissa Riddle claims to own a luxury brand of fashion in Italy. That sounds great, but is it true? In fact, at the same time, she also says she works for a company named "Al Tajir" in Dubai (public email address: firstname.lastname@example.org). It is unclear why a self-styled owner of an Italian luxury brand of fashion should work for a different company in a different country. And what is the name of this Italian luxury brand created by Mellissa Riddle? Is it on the Chamber of Commerce's list in accordance with current Italian legislation? Is she legally allowed to work in Italy as an entrepreneur? Curiously, she won't answer these simple questions.
Example #3: she claims that her husband Michael Martin liked orgies, which is why she decided to divorce.
[Mellissa Riddle] He didn't want children yet. But I found out he was sleeping with a man & my assistant. So thankfully we didn't [have kids].
In fact, she didn't have kids because she said she had an abortion, which is why she also hates Trump and his hypothetical attempt to defund Planned Parenthood, the well-known American organization that resells parts of human body on the black market (you can easily find them on the Tor network): «How come this old idiot seems to be questioning the right to shatter living fetuses?» Maybe because even animals protect their babies by natural instinct, instead of throwing them away? Curiously, under the Muslim Penal Code of the United Arab Emirates, there is a general prohibition on the performance of abortion, which is punished with up to five (or seven) years' imprisonment. Therefore, our would-be feminist heroine Mellissa Riddle has and supports abortions while working for a country where abortion is strictly prohibited and severely punished on religious grounds. Are we surprised? No, because the explanation is the same: money.
In order to send bizarre threatening messages, the husband always creates ridiculous fake accounts on social networks, believing that he is able to hide — too bad they get banned most of the time.
After starting the conversation, she will say that she is talking to you because, although she doesn't know you, she was "invited" — by whom? — and because you asked her out. Before you block her, she will insist: you asked her out. And she will also tell you where and when you must go, even though you don't agree or are not interested:
[Mellissa Riddle] I don’t understand what I have done to garner this response from you.
[Victim] Anyway, good luck
[Mellissa Riddle] You asked me to meet. Sure - I have offered LA, SF, Boston, London, Dubai and given you dates.
END of the conversation: sender blocked.
However, she kept harassing the victim on LinkedIn, by asking for his phone number Blocked again The series of fake accounts that will keep bothering you elsewhere can also be easily blocked too.
On the whole, the men she contacts mostly live in Dubai (UAE), London (UK), Los Angeles and San Francisco (California), Boston and Cambridge (Massachusetts: MIT and Harvard), Phoenix (Arizona), Georgia, North Carolina, Indonesia.
"A global quest: diary of a gold digger" can be the title of a new book about Mellissa Riddle, which will include all the ludicrous fake reviews that she writes about this (documented) page. Stay tuned.