I have heard the following sentence in the TV series "How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast)":
Das hat er dir geglaubt?
Does that mean "Did he believe that (which you said)?" / "Did he believe you (when you said that)" ? In English, "to believe" can only have one direct object (a person or a thing), so it's odd for me to see both a direct object and an indirect object with the German verb "glauben".