Strictly’s Neil Jones caught up in online scam orchestrated by imposters

Strictly pro Neil Jones has been caught up in an online fraud after an imposter set up fake profiles to contact female fans.

He was furious after discovering the accounts were sending private messages purporting to come from him.

Neil, 38, told fans: “I have received a lot of DM’s ­regarding some fake accounts who are DM’ing people pretending to be me.

“This is my account so if it doesn’t have the blue tick then please report it.

“The fake account keeps changing but unless a message comes from this account it’s not me!”

The dancer was left raging earlier this year when someone set up a fake profile and pretended to be him on dating app Tinder.

It is believed the firm removed it after he asked them to take it down.

Neil split from wife Katya last year after she was seen kissing Strictly dance partner Seann Walsh in 2018.

Comedian Seann, who also had a girlfriend at the time, and Katya were photographed snogging outside a pub.

But Neil now has a new love and has recently been sharing pictures of himself with girlfriend Luisa Eusse following his marriage hell.

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And Katya even gave Neil the seal of approval by liking one of the snaps.

Luisa, a 23-year-old Colombian beauty who Neil met eight months ago in South Africa, has sparked rumours they have tied the knot after revealing she received post addressed to “Luisa Jones”.

The dancer wrote on Instagram that the postman was delivering to her under that moniker, as she shared a video of a package with the name on.

She also uploaded a professional shot of Neil and decorated the snap with a number of emojis, including a ring, bride and groom, and crown.

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