ESPNaughty! Over 100 ESPN Employees ASHLEY MADISON Users

More fallout from the Ashley Madison hack as 101 high level ESPN employees have been exposed as members of the cheating website.

Interestingly, female ESPN employees make up a substantial percentage of the list.

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While only 5% of Ashley Madison’s users are women, we found that fully 20% of identifiable ESPN signups came from women. Continue reading

Real Housewives NY Kristen Taekman Hubby Busted On Ashley Madison

RHONY star Kristen Taekman‘s husband, Josh, was revealed to have signed up on cheating website, Ashley Madison.

Josh is the latest in a spat of celebrity spouses getting caught up in the Ashley Madison hack.

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“I signed up for the site foolishly and ignorantly with a group of friends and I deeply apologize for any embarrassment or pain I have brought to my wife Continue reading

Snooki Husband Exposed As Ashley Madison Account Holder

Jersey Shore’s Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi’s husband, Jionni LaValle, has some explaining to do after it was revealed he had an Ashley Madison account.

The email address of the reality star’s hubby, which matches one that he uses, was pegged to the affair website, Us Weekly is reporting.

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As previously reported, hackers last week released stolen information of more than 37 million subscribers to the Canada Continue reading

Pregnancy Miscarriage Youtube Star BUSTED On ASHLEY MADISON

If bad things come in threes, Youtube star Sam Rader should be shaking in his boots.

The Christian YouTube star, best known for the viral video announcing his wife Nia’s pregnancy (and later her tragic miscarriage), was caught red handed in the massive Ashley Madison dump.

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Rader posted a video with his wife to set the record straight and revealed that his wife, Nia, has forgiven him for his huge mistake. Continue reading

Ashley Madison Cheater List Includes ALL THIS And More

The Ashley Madison hack and resulting “cheater list,” has exposed at least one person in the public eye, Josh Duggar, but what kind of info was dumped and now floating around on the internet? On a side note, email addresses found in the data dump also include thousands of .mil. or .gov addresses.

The leaked files, which are vast at almost 10 gigs, are comprised of member account details and log-ins for at least 32 million users of the social networking site and much more, (see below.)

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“Ashley Madison is the most famous name in infidelity and married dating,” the site asserts on its homepage. Continue reading

JOSH DUGGAR Exposed As Ashley Madison Member

The Ashley Madison hack just claimed its first high-profile victim, Josh Duggar.

Duggar, 27, allegedly subscribed to the site which is aimed at assisting married individuals to engage in secret affairs. The account details that Duggar was allegedly seeking all kinds of sordid encounters.

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Reports say, ‘Someone using a credit card belonging to a Joshua J. Duggar, with a billing address that matches the home in Fayetteville, Arkansas owned by his grandmother Mary Continue reading

Ashley Madison Hackers MAKE GOOD Release 10 Gigs Of User Info

Hackers who pilfered the personal customer info on cheating website Ashley Madison, made good on their threat today, dumping 9.7 gigabytes of private member data.

The Hackers explained the move this way,

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“Avid Life Media has failed to take down Ashley Madison and Established Men,” the hackers wrote, announcing the massive dump. Continue reading

Cheaters Hook Up Site Ashley Madison HACKED Threatens To RELEASE Cheater Identities

The cheater’s hook up hub on the internet, Ashley Madison, has been hacked, and the hackers are threatening to release user information unless the site’s owners, Avid Life Media, remove the entire Ashley Madison website and a site called Established Men, both own by the same company.

The site claims to be for married people looking to cheat on their spouses, but now a group of Internet hackers, calling themselves the Impact Group, has apparently taken matters into their own hands.

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According to Krebs on Security, which first broke the story, says that the hackers were angry about the site’s business model. Continue reading

Website Helps You Cheat

Lemondrop had a great story:

Last week “Good Morning America” ran a shocking expose on a Web site that (gasp!) helps marrieds have affairs. It turns out more and more women are “real-life desperate housewives,” and are turning to AshleyMadison.com to find a fling.

Many are up in arms over the site, saying it’ll be impossible for marriage to survive something so eagerly encouraging us to seek out a sidepiece. And some networks, including ESPN, have refused to air the ads.

But before you go and log your significant other off the computer, consider why this site may not be that big of a deal.

Not the First
Ashley Madison, which has 3 million profiles (72 percent male, 28 percent female), isn’t the first Web site to help people cheat. Sites like MarriedDateClub.com and LonelyCheatingWives.com have already tapped into the “married but looking” market. So in essence, Ashley Madison is catering to a population of people that would have found other ways to cheat anyway. The site’s mere existence isn’t necessarily going to create more cheaters.