Liliana Beidaut, 26, a makeup artist who received a 9.5 ranking on the infamous Match.com dating scorecard made by David Merkur, 28, said she was upset to find someone had leaked the spreadsheet to the public, the New York Post reported Friday.
The spreadsheet, which Merkur used to rank eight female Match.com users on their appearances, became public after the banker sent it to one of his dates, a woman named Arielle, and she sent it to her friends.
"Why would she send it to the whole world?" said Beidaut, whose ranking was the highest on the list. "It was a really stupid move.
"My face is plastered everywhere now," she said. "I was just thinking that I was using Match.com."
Beidaut, who theorized Merkur sent the list to Arielle because he "really liked" her and she passed it on because she was "spiteful" about her low ranking, said she is "absolutely" considering legal action against the other woman.