Starved for Love? 'Cannibal Cop' Reportedly Joins

Gilberto Valle, known as the "cannibal cop," has reportedly joined after his 2013 conviction was overturned

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Everyone seems to be looking for love – even those with a criminal past.

Gilberto Valle, known as the “cannibal cop,” had his 2013 conviction for conspiring to kidnap and eat women overturned last November – and he is not wasting any time getting back into the game.

Valle, 30, has reportedly joined, according to The New York Post.

Valle had already spent 20 months in jail when his conviction was overturned, according to the BBC.

He was arrested in 2012 and convicted over the discovery of online messages where he discussed killing his wife, as well as kidnapping, killing and eating other women.

Under the handle “AmicableOne14,” a screenshot of his profile that the newspaper includes reads, “always happy watching a ball game and having a beer.”

He also lets women know what his idea of a great date is.

“For the first date, something complete low-key and low pressure,” it reads. “I love the idea of a quick, one hour coffee date where we hit it off and have lots of laughs.”

Valle does bring up the fact that his past might not be so squeaky clean.

“In the shot term, I am spending my energy rebounding from the errors I made in my past and rebuilding my life. Things are progressing very well on that front and I am just beginning a new career.”

Whether his profile is real or not, we’re still curious to know what lady he ends up with.

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