Sunny Leone

Have you seen this girl before? Her photos are very popular among African scammers. If you saw her photo on social networks or on dating sites, be sure that this is a fake account created by a dangerous scammer, with the goal of earning money on the deception of gullible people!


Karenjit Kaur Vohra was born May 13, 1981, known by her stage name Sunny Leone, is a model and an actress in the American and Indian film industries. She is a former adult film actress, has 51.3m followers under her Instagram account (sunnyleone). Leone lives in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

Personal Life:

She is married to Daniel Weber. Previously, she was engaged to Matt Erikson, who worked at Playboy Enterprises. For some time, she also dated comedian Russell Peters.

Sunny Leone and her husband adopted a child in June 2017 from Latur, a village in Maharashtra. The baby girl was named Nisha Kaur Weber and she was 21 months old at the time of the adoption. In 2018, the couple announced the birth of their twin boys, born through surrogacy. The children were named Asher Singh Weber and Noah Singh Weber.

The actress is also known for her work with the American Cancer Society and the organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

Her photos can sometimes be found in dating apps and dating sites.

Sunny Leone – Facebook Sunny Leone – Instagram

Remember the face of Sunny Leone if you see her again!

This gallery contains photos of Sunny Leone, which were used by African scammers on dating sites!

Remember, the girl in the photos has nothing to do with fraud, her photo is used by bad people for benefits!

Cases of fraud using photographs of this person are also mentioned on other sites.

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