A mannequin is suing a millionaire truck magnate he met while working for an escort site called Cowboys 4 Angels after she allegedly ruined his life through a campaign of stalking and abuse after they broke up.
Trevor Dutch-Shapiro, 34, had a whirlwind romance with married woman Trudy Jacobson, 71, after she moved from Kansas to New York in 2018 to ‘find herself’.
Jacobson — who called herself “Lady Trucker” after making millions through a large Midwestern platform company founded with her husband — showered Shapiro with holidays, Rolexes and other gifts before their relationship ended badly at the start of 2021.
Shapiro claims that in March 2021, he was approached outside his apartment by a stranger and handed a file containing personal information including a list of Shapiro’s relatives and his Social Security number. “This is for you from the people in Italy,” said the stranger.
In his $1.8 million lawsuit against Jacobson, he claims the incident was part of a “malicious” campaign by Jacobson and a team of private investigators to ruin his life — leaving him in therapy to deal with the trauma.
Model and escort Trevor Deutch-Shapiro met married truck millionaire Trudy Jacobson on an escort site called Cowboys 4 Angels — but they broke up and a campaign of stalking and harassment began against Shapiro, he claims in a lawsuit.
Shapiro has accused Trudy Jacobson, 71, of orchestrating a campaign of stalking and harassment against him, alleging it defamed him, disrupted his business relationships, and knowingly caused him psychological distress.
Shapiro claims that the private eyes Jacobson appointed also went to friends she’d never met, including those in Philadelphia and Florida. Jacobson called the lawsuit “nonsense” and called Shapiro “an opportunist trying to cash in on a private situation.”
Shapiro claims that the private eyes Jacobson hired also followed friends of his she had never met, including those in Philadelphia and Florida. Jacobson called the lawsuit “nonsense” and called Shapiro “an opportunist trying to make money out of a special situation.”
In another alleged incident, Jacobson had posters that implied that Shapiro and his new girlfriend, a New York nurse, were human traffickers. Posters placed around the nurses’ neighborhood in December 2021 featured pictures of Shapiro and the nurse with the words “Stop Human Trafficking”.
Shapiro initially sued Law Enforcement Today (LET), a far-right conspiracy website, and its CEO, Kyle S. Reyes, alleging that he had published “defamatory” stories about him.
A filing on March 10 of this year seeks to add Jacobson and a group of private eyes as defendants on allegations of defamation, harmful interference with business relationships, and willful infliction of emotional distress. It claims that some of the defamatory stories were published after the sites conspired with Jacobson.
said Jacobson’s attorney, Alexander R. Klein The Daily Beast: The plaintiff requests permission from the court to change his complaint.
Whatever the merits of his first edition, he would have been wise not to include some of the new parties and allegations he is now trying to add. We expect the plaintiff to learn this lesson the hard way.
In an intriguing and complex series of claims about alleged harassment, the updated lawsuit also alleges that Jacobson sabotaged Shapiro’s business ventures and that the saga ruined the marriage of one of his friends.
Jacobson (right), moved to New York in 2018 to rediscover herself and enter the glitzy social scene. She has been photographed at the Playboy Club New York Grand Opening on September 12, 2018
Trudy Jacobson has been married for more than 40 years to John Jacobson, left
Shapiro alleges that Jacobson, pictured, was behind the conspiracy to defame him, interfere with his business relationships, and willfully cause him emotional distress.
Jacobson’s company, which started with a fleet of 170 vehicles before growing to 3,600, now has annual revenue of nearly $250 million.
Shapiro’s attorney, former federal prosecutor Kenneth McCallion, also declined to comment on the lawsuit.
Court papers reveal how Jacobson’s relationship with Shapiro continued through December 2020.
Jacobson is still married to her husband, John, for 40 years. The couple founded TransAm, the leading trucking company, in 1987. The company has grown from a fleet of 170 vehicles to nearly 4,000 vehicles, with revenues of $300 million.
The pair are still married, but Jacobson left Kansas in 2018 to join New York City’s “socialite” scene and explore the “sexy part” of her personality, according to a New York Post profile written at the time.
She met Shapiro through Cowboys 4 Angel, an escort site offering “elite male mates” and “the perfect no-strings-attached boyfriend experience”.
One of Shapiro’s associates said that when he asked why Jacobson became so obsessed after they broke up, Shapiro replied, “Because I’m good, because I’m so good.”
Shapiro’s suit accuses Jacobson of conspiring with LET and other parties to frame him as “a prostitute, thief, assault perpetrator, and common criminal.”
Jacobson reportedly became fond of Shapiro but after their relationship ended, Jacobson allegedly became obsessed with hiring private investigators to follow him and his friends
In January 2022, Shapiro contacted Jacobson’s husband, John, in a desperate plea for help
Trudy Jacobson and her husband, John, have made millions running a successful trucking company based in Kansas
According to court papers, the surveillance of Shapiro and his friends continued throughout 2021, with numerous stalks and harassments.
In January 2022, Shapiro contacted Jacobson’s husband, John, in a desperate plea for help.
In the email, which was included with the court filings, he detailed his relationship with Jacobson and the alleged harassment he and his friends faced after the separation.
The note read: “My name is Trevor Shapiro. I am sorry to write to you in this way but it is time to reach out to you, as you are the last resort here. This email is about Trudy.
At first he explains the positive side of their trip, adding: `You helped me financially, which was a great blessing, and we traveled to places I could only have dreamed of without her. I will be forever grateful to her.
But he went on to note that the couple fought and things “got rocky” with “the majority of our fights being about her feeling the need to control me.”
Shapiro described Jacobson as having “trust issues about the friends I was spending time with,” noting that “Trudy admitted to following me around and filming me.”
Shapiro pleaded: “I have no other choice but to reach out to you, asking you to speak with her to put an end to this harassment. [sic] Which my friends and I have to deal with. Numerous police reports, even with all the evidence, get us nowhere. Can you please help.’
Shortly after Shapiro emailed, Jacobson allegedly hit him with a cease and desist letter.
Jacobson also filed a lawsuit against a private investigator firm that it allegedly used to track Shapiro, alleging that “classified information was maliciously leaked by the firm.”
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