Johnathan Walton says he met his former best friend Mair Smyth in May 2013.
“I thought she was just this friendly, vivacious, funny, irreverent woman who I liked immediately,” he says. “She was so nice to people. She offered to help everyone, and that really moved me.”

He says Smyth told him that she was Irish and had moved to Los Angeles to get away from her family in Ireland, claiming they were fighting her over a 25 million Euro inheritance.
Johnathan says 14 months into their friendship Mair was arrested. Find out what happened next that Johnathan claims led to Smyth scamming him out of almost $100,000.
On Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "Exclusive: 'Queen of the Con,'" hear from two women who claim they were also scammed by Smyth. And, a news crew goes to an address where it is believed Smyth lives. Will the crew make contact with her? Check local listings to see where you can watch.
Johnathan's new podcast series, Queen of the Con: The Irish Heiress, is available now on iHeartRadio.

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The Many Scams Of Alleged Con Artist Mair Smyth

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