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Adewole stole Facebook photographs of oblivious Royal Marine Commander Joshua Mc Gowan to pose as ‘Timmy Francis’, who was looking for love with two profiles with the mottos: ‘To live and love’ and ‘Charismatic Brit’.
The four women were then conned out of their cash when Adewole claimed he was robbed while attending his orphanage.
Langley, who met two of the women on the Plenty Of Fish dating website, convinced victims to part with their cash, including entering into credit arrangements for two Range Rovers and a Mercedes Benz and buying artwork.
He even made a website for the fake orphanage with his phone number on.
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The women sent him cash and paid his hotel bills thinking they were bailing out their new love - only for him to divert the money into the bank account of his wife who shared his home with their two children in Eccles, Greater Manchester.
Adewole, a father of three, also splashed out on i Pads, TVs, designer clothes, plus electronic and musical items such as a glitterball and a keyboard.