It was just over two years ago that the world learned Josh Duggar molested five young girls and was assisted by his parents in hiding the crime from authorities. Shortly thereafter, as the Duggars were still in damage control mode, it...Show More Summary
Josh Duggar can’t quite seem to cut ties with the adultery website Ashley Madison, Radar has learned. According to court documents, the owners of the controversial site for married people who are seeking affairs are being dragged into a lawsuit Matthew McCarthy filed last year against the reality TV star, accusing Duggar of posing as Read More
Post by Julie Ryan Evans. According to reports, Josh allegedly used a photo of California-based DJ Matt McCarthy for his profile pic on Ashley Madison, as well as on OK Cupid and Twitter. McCarthy reportedly found out about his photo...Show More Summary
Ashley Madison is back... supposedly. The cheating site claims it added more than 400,000 global users last month, according to a New York Post report. The supposed growth is especially surprising given that the site experienced a massive...Show More Summary
The wife of a man who took his own life because he could not face the backlash and scorn of appearing on the Ashley Madison list of names is speaking out. The CNN report titled Ashley Madison: Life after the Hack examines what happened...Show More Summary
A group claims "May 1 2017 we are launching our new esite - Cheaters Gallery." They promised to include my Ashley Madison info unless I pay up. So what to do?
Since it pales in comparison to the news that Josh Duggar molested five young girls, it's easy to forget about the disgraced reality star's second sex scandal. Just months after the world learned that shocking news, a hack on the affair-facilitating...Show More Summary
But this “family values” advocate insists his cheating profile doesn't define him.
The Trump administration has brought on a new official whose name once appeared on the hacked list of account holders using cheating website Ashley Madison. Read more...
In Touch reports: In Touch is exclusively reporting that, on March 13, Josh Duggar was served legal papers in the Ashley Madison lawsuit with Matt McCarthy. According to the legal documents exclusively obtained by In Touch, Josh, a used-car...Show More Summary
It's been almost two years since news of the Josh Duggar sex scandals first began to go public, and the 28-year-old reality star-turned-used car salesman is still feeling the fallout. Shortly after the world learned that Josh used the...Show More Summary
Josh Duggar, who in 2015 admitted to molesting five girls and cheating on his wife with the aid of the website Ashley Madison, is working on his marriage with his wife, Anna. The two are also expecting another baby—their fifth child—later this year. Isn’t that..something. From Page Six: Read more...
Commentary: Because in a world of Ashley Madison hacks and rigorously documented viewing histories, this is something you need to worry about. I guess.
A dating site called Gleeden picks up where Ashley Madison left off, offering a platform for wives and husbands to supplement their marriages by arranging sneaky sex on the internet. And since Gleeden has the trust of this rarely-exposed subset of society, they have some insights on their behavior. Show More Summary
This is the first FTC complaint involving lying bots—there will be more.
Sure, I “liked” Kristen Taekman when she was a Real Housewives of New York cast member, but if I’m keeping it real she added nothing to that show. That’s not necessarily an insult since most of the people who make good reality characters...Show More Summary
AshleyMadison.com is ripping off married people who no longer need the website's extramarital services by lying about deleting their info... according to the state of NY, anyway. State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a…
An investigation by New York's attorney general found that web site created fake female profiles to lure men; other misrepresentations
The owner of the adultery-focused site, which was breached by hackers, will pay a sharply discounted penalty to settle an inquiry into lax data security and deceptive practices.
The Toronto-based company will pay $1.6 million to settle FTC and state charges.