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Catfish victim believed he was dating singer Katy Perry her for 6 years

August 26, 2016  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Catfish victim believed he was dating singer Katy Perry her for 6 years

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Man believed he was dating Katy Perry

Katy Perry extended her sincerest sympathies to a heartbroken man who truly believed he was involved in an online relationship with the famous singer for six years.

In a recent episode of the hit MTV show “Catfish,” a man named Spencer Morrill was sure that he and Perry fell in love via their online communications.

On Thursday, Katy Perry revealed on the radio show “Morning Mashup:” “Somebody sent me a link. I didn’t actually read through it because I just think it’s really unfortunate and very sad.”

In the surprising episode, Nev Schulman and Max Joseph, the show’s hosts, were forced to reveal the heartbreaking news to Morrill. In reality, the emails and text messages that he was exchanging with “Perry” was actually with a woman named Heather from England.

“My heart goes out to him, actually,” Perry stated.

She continued, “Because anybody that’s been fooled like that or just you know… People have dreams, and people live in different parts of the world where not everything is as accessible.”

The 31-year-old also didn’t blame the love-struck man from Tennesse, who even spent a majority of his savings on an engagement ring for the singer.

Perry suggested that his naivety probably had more to do with where the man is from.

“Like, we live on the coast, and you know, we get stuff in a way that some other people don’t get, and so I feel bad for him,” said Perry. “And so I didn’t really like to indulge in that because my heart would die.”

Despite the sadness Perry feels for Morrill, she is unfortunately still going strong with her current boyfriend, actor Orlando Bloom.

The Perry wannabe apologized to Morrill for her actions, citing that she “couldn’t imagine” not communicating with him.

“I’m like genuinely sorry. I can’t change what I did, but I understand that it was really wrong,” Heather said.

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