If you think this could've never happened to you, think again. 

Previous Heisman Trophy finalist Manti Te'o has heard the jokes in general, seen the images as a whole, and (probable) cried the tears he could over being all the first (and generally popular) VIP casualty of duping.

Over nine years after Deadspin uncovered reality with regards to Te'o dating a lady who didn't exist, the troubled and humiliated previous football wonder is at last recounting his side of the story in the new Netflix doc Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist.

An outrage doesn't enrapture traditional press for in excess of a news fragment except if it includes a person of close mythic degrees of notoriety, which Te'o had between 2009-2012.

The Netflix doc drives home the achievements — 2012 Heisman Award finalist, a five-star enroll, and the cherished child of Hawaii — and enduring selflessness that would at last prompt his defeat. 

When he entered the 2013 NFL Draft, he previously had an internet based relationship with his phony sweetheart Lennay Kekua, told the world she had kicked the bucket (in the wake of figuring out she had faked that as well) and had each media source and jokester simmering him into blankness. 

His sexuality was addressed after it was uncovered the individual behind the Lennay character was Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, and he missed out on large number of dollars in potential NFL pay in the wake of being drafted by the San Diego Charges in the subsequent round following his first-round projections.

The deception is both a useful example about the traps of indiscriminately dating and an investigate how web culture has developed into normal practices. In the doc, Te'o makes sense of his guilelessness was mostly on the grounds that "in 2009, no one had significant familiarity with duping.

He battles he never heard the expression consumed into our aggregate web based dating dictionary until Christmas 2012.