I am slightly guilty through my own ignorance!
As I stated at the end of my previous article on Tom Torero: I highly doubt that his video was faked.
Take a look at my closing remarks:
Having just watched the video for the 1st time, I can’t see how and why this was faked or fake.
If one was going to fake an infield pickup video or getting a fake makeout, I would think that they would’ve positioned the camera a lot better don’t you think?
Also, if the girl was in on it, and the transcripts show that she was, then why the need to conceal the camera so stealthily (though it was a poor job of stealth since the camera angle was very poor and distant)?
If this video was faked, this was a poor job of faking it from a vantage point perspective.
In fact, I don’t believe this video was a fake at all.
The visual evidence shows no sign of it being fake to me.
I can spot a fake-infield video and interaction when I see 1 (just as any skilled guy).
This 1 is no different than any other of Tom’s videos…unless he faked every 1 of his previous infield footage. ❓
I mean, Tom and the girl are barely in the shot!
If this was a set up where the girl and Tom knew the deal, perhaps the cameraman didn’t, I would expect that Tom would’ve urged the cameraman to not be too covert in recording this set, thus getting a greater-quality shot, don’t you think?
Something is fishy about this accusation.
Until and Unless Tom Torero comes clean: I can’t bring myself to believe that this was a fake video based on what some girl said.
In the previous article (at least before watching the video), I was on the fences on whether I thought Tom was guilty of fraud.
After watching the video after I’d posted the previous article, I had to retract and edit some of what I felt, including a leaning presumption of guilt.
I believe Tom is being framed.
Perhaps by competitors in pickup (Andy Yosha ?) or just plain-old haters. But this is definitely a frame job.
I mean, if I were to fake an infield video, especially with the target/girl in on it (since she were hired), why the fuck would I have my cameraman at such a distance?
Another loophole in the accusation I realize, lies in the quality itself of the video.
If someone were to fake a kiss-close video, or any pick-up video for that matter, wouldn’t that person ensure that it was of superb quality in every aspect?
To be honest, this is actually the worst infield video I’ve ever seen published by Tom!
Not only was his verbal game not optimal, but the quality of the shots is piss-fucking poor!
What a horrible job at faking an infield video!
Not to mention the angle of the girl, which indicates to me that this could not have been faked.
Once again, if someone were to fake a video with the girl in on the jig, why would he NOT ensure that the girl’s profile and face were clearly visible?
Moreover, if this girl was a model or actress, then there’s no plausibility in concealing her face, or to limit the viewing of it (her face)- since after all- the girl would’ve been seeking any exposure possible.
Ok, another loophole I find in the kiss itself.
Again- if I or anyone were to fake an infield video, why not make it EPIC!?
Why not pull out all the fucking stops?
This kiss close wasn’t epic nor note-worthy [no disrespect Tom 😉 ].
On a proverbial richter scale: this would’ve registered a 1 – .
Hence, I do not see the logics in faking a kiss close that is so sub-par or average at best.
It wasn’t romantic.
Wasn’t shocking, etc!
This wasn’t a Steve Jabba type of affair where his kiss close was EPIC and literally made the girl flush in sexual excitement!
Therefore, why fake a video to appear average instead of excellent…especially when all of your other material are average?
Another issue I have with calling this video fake, is Tom’s game.
If Tom and the girl were in on this (allegedly they were), shouldn’t he had brought his A Game and perform for the camera in a sense?
There was nothing in this allegedly faked video which was different than any other video Tom had put out in the past.
I don’t see any acting or coercion on his part.
I don’t see anything uncharacteristic about his approach, knowing he had a sitting duck in a paid person.
No acting for the camera…nothing!
Overall, any well-trained eye, can spot a fake video and fake interaction from a mile away.
There are always subtleties which give away an interaction.
This does NOT have 1 iota of marking of a faked interaction! Neither does it seem scripted in any way.
Tom is being set up dude!
The girl for sure is in on the set up to take Tom down…that’s for sure.
Daygame.com guys are pushing this to the max.
Richard La Ruina aka Gambler, seems to have an issue with Tom…a real bad vendetta as you can see from the following screenshot posted to his Facebook.
Or perhaps, this is a joke of a publicity stunt and the joke’s on me?
Anyway, so we know for sure that there exist guys in the pickup scene who are avid and undercover haters of Tom.
Who’s the arch-hater?
That remains a secret.
Who’s to gain and in what way?
I guess potential clients can be whisked away from Tom if he were exposed (or framed) as a fraud.
All in all, I see not 1 shred of evidence to indict this day-gamer.
The video in question, isn’t scripted at all.
Not 1 trace of any giveaway.
Nothing anomalous that pops out.
This is undoubtedly a frame-job.
Unless Tom comes clean, there’s no way I would believe he’s a fraud…even with the so-called transcript from the girl in the video.