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The next day brought just as many, all of whom referred to the same spoofed account.

Herrick reported the fake profile to Grindr, but the impersonations only multiplied.

Then he asked matter-of-factly if Herrick was the one who'd been communicating with him via the hookup app Grindr, and who'd minutes earlier invited him over for sex.

Herrick said that he hadn't—he hadn't even looked at the app in a week—and asked how the stranger even knew his name.

"A malicious user is just running amok using their product as a weapon," says Goldberg.

"Grindr can control that, and they’re not."Grindr did not respond to WIRED's requests for comment.

In the weeks that followed, Herrick says, the fake accounts began to evolve.

Spoofed profiles with pictures of Herrick's semi-nude body began to offer rough, unprotected sex, orgies, and drugs.

In the worst cases, the suit alleges, the impersonator requested a "rape fantasy." In one instance, Herrick says, a man refused to leave Herrick's apartment building, and wrestled with Herrick's roommate in the hallway until Herrick broke up the fight.

Others have screamed obscenities at Herrick at his workplace, stalked him outside, and tried to have sex with him in the bathroom of the restaurant.

He accuses Grindr of negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, false advertising, and deceptive business practices for allowing him to be impersonated and turned into an unwitting beacon for stalkers and harassers.

Herrick's civil complaint against the company states that despite contacting Grindr more than 50 times, Grindr hasn't offered a single response beyond auto-replies saying that it's looking into the profiles he's reported.

Goldberg declined to share any of that evidence, however, preferring to reveal it at a later stage in the lawsuit.

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