‘To Catch A Cheater’ Youtube Channel Exposed As ‘Fake’ by Inside Edition

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Is The Show “To Catch a Cheater” Fake?

Wildly Popular YouTube Series ‘To Catch a Cheater’ Sometimes Uses Actors, Investigation Finds

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Millions tune into the wildly popular YouTube channel “To Catch a Cheater” every week. However, it seems the series is doing some cheating of its own. The show supposedly sets out to catch cheaters in the act. Inside Edition’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero tracked down some of the “couples” who appeared on the show. In one episode, Micah Potts and Tameika Dawkins are portrayed as a couple who have been dating for two years when she supposedly catches him cheating on her.