He posted multiple photos of his daughter on his Facebook page, calling her "Princess." Friends and family set up a fundraiser to help pay for funeral expenses.

"Each and every one of you know he was fun to be around," Hilarie's brother said at a vigil held for him, which was videotaped and posted on Facebook.

When the profile began to “receive comments from interested men,” Tapscott allegedly provided them with the victim’s home address and telephone number.

The victim, the complaint notes, “was in fear for her safety” and fled her home after two men showed up at her residence “looking to ‘act out the fantasy.’” The felony complaint does not disclose Tapscott’s alleged motive for creating the fake profile, nor does it detail what, if any, relationship she has with the victim (seen above).

A Florida man was found dead in his apartment Friday, reportedly the victim of an online dating setup.

27-year-old Adam Hilarie was shot to death during an apparent attempted robbery at his apartment in Auburndale just one day after going on a date with a woman he met on the dating site Plenty of Fish, reports.

The night before police found Adam Hilarie dead in his kitchen, the 27-year-old Central Florida father went bowling with a woman he met through the online dating site Plenty Of Fish, Auburndale police said Monday.

They went back to his place, and she texted him later: I had a good time and would like to see you again.Police say Hailey Rose Bustos, 18, went on Plenty of Fish "with the intent" of setting Hilarie up for the robbery."Her comfort with the way this went, didn't seem like it was her first time," Auburndale Deputy Chief Andy Ray told reporters.The Florida woman accused of putting these events in motion was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking.Autoinducido darrick outtelling, its rankled plenty of fish dating feedback herein.reports Andre Maurice Warner, 26, Gary Terrell Gray, 31, Joshua Ellington, 26, and Bustos were arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, robbery with a deadly weapon, and first-degree murder.