RHONY’ Star Kristen Taekman’s Husband Allegedly Used Ashley Madison


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Is Real Housewives of New York City star Josh Taekman a cheater like Josh Duggar? According to the recent Ashley Madison leak, Kristen Taekman‘s husband is allegedly listed as a paying subscriber, meaning he was reportedly seeking an affair on the site. Josh has denied using the site, but his name and number were used for 62 payments to the site in three years, a new report claims.

Josh, 46, allegedly used the cheating website beginning in June 2011, the Daily Mail claims. Since then, the energy supplement entrepreneur who has two children with his wife, Kristen, 38, reportedly had 62 paid transactions, and spent thousands on the site, according to the recent leak. The site is free, but you must buy credits to message other users. And if you don’t have affair in three months, there’s a money back guarantee.


Here come the lawsuits: Ashley Madison faces $578m class action in Canada


Two Ontario law firms have got the ball rolling, acting on behalf of Canadian members of the site whose personal details were exposed in the attack. The $578-million class action targets Toronto-based Avid Life Media and Avid Dating Life, who operate the infamous adultery website.

The security breach, carried out by a group calling itself Impact Team, took place on July 19. The hackers threatened to dump 9.7 gigabytes of membership data online if Ashley Madison’s owners didn’t take the site down within a month. With the site still up this week, Impact Team followed through and dumped the data online, making international headlines, and likely causing more than a few marriages to implode, in the process.

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These latest emails, leaked by the hacking group known as “The Impact Team,” follow several other large data dumps posted to the dark web last week which revealed everything from government accounts to company source code.

After a 13GB file alleged to contain Biderman’s emails was found to be corrupted Thursday, a revised version was posted the following evening to the hacker’s Tor hidden service. Despite the torrent being incomplete, Infowars was able to extract the file and obtain nearly 200,000 emails.

One such email from Biderman in October of 2012 details how one Ashley Madison user “hacked” multiple accounts and attempted to extort the company.


Adultery website Ashley Madison faces $578M Canadian class-action lawsuit over data breach

Two Canadian law firms have filed a $578 million class-action lawsuit against the companies that run Ashley Madison after a hacker group’s data breach exposed some 39 million memberships in the adultery website earlier this week.

Charney Lawyers and Sutts, Strosberg LLP, both of Ontario, said Friday that they filed the lawsuit on behalf of Canadians who subscribed to Ashley Madison and whose personal information was disclosed to the public. The website, with its slogan “Life is short. Have an affair,” is marketed to facilitate extramarital relationships.

The lawsuit, filed Thursday in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, targets Avid Dating Life Inc. and Avid Life Media Inc., the Toronto-based companies that run AshleyMadison.com. Its class-action status “still needs to be certified by the court,” the statement says.

Ashley Madison did not immediately respond to requests for comment. It has said that the personal details exposed in the initial data leak can’t be used to prove the infidelity of their clients.


What’s in the Ashley Madison database that hackers released online


The hackers who claimed to have stolen every bit of data from Ashley Madison, a dating website intended for adulterers, have made good on their promise to release the full database if the site didn’t shut down.

 Identifying themselves as Impact Team, the hackers have made available a frighteningly vast amount of data on Ashley Madison’s users and inner workings. Impact Team produced the information Tuesday, August 18, through the Tor network, a sort of parallel internet or “dark web” that keeps all traffic data anonymous.

Josh Duggar Allegedly Signed Up For One Night Stands With Two Ashley Madison Accounts


The eldest Duggar son is in hot water…again. Josh Duggar27, was reportedly paying for not one, but two accounts on Ashley Madison, a website specifically designed for cheating spouses. The site was hacked in July, reportedly revealing that the father of four and husband of Anna Duggar signed up for one night stands and oral sex. Find out all the shocking details.

According to Gawker, a credit card under the name Joshua J. Duggar was used to pay for the account, which cost $986.76 from Feb. 2013 to May 2015. The address linked to the card was allegedly Josh’s Fayetteville, Arkansas home, which has been featured on his family’s reality show, 19 Kids and Counting. That wasn’t the only account Josh reportedly had. He allegedly opened another account using his address in Oxon Hill, Maryland, where he spent time lobbying for the Family Research Council.

According to the data in the report, Josh was seeking an extramarital partner that was interested in: “Oral Sex,” “Open to Experimentation,” “Someone I Can Teach” and “Sharing Fantasies.” You can see the whole shocking list here. But his partner also needed to have “natural breasts,” a “high sex drive,” and a “petite” body, among other things. See Josh’s alleged list of turn-ons here.


Josh Duggar’s Alleged Ashley Madison Wish List For ‘Steamy Affair’: Oral Sex, Sex Toys & More


Someone using a credit card belonging to a Joshua J. Duggar, 27, with a billing address that matches a home that was consistently shown on the family’s now-cancelled reality show, 19 Kids & Counting, allegedly paid for two memberships to the cheating website, Ashley Madison, between 2013 and 2015, according to a new report. Josh, who recently admitted to molesting five underage girls as a teen, was allegedly looking for “oral sex,” “one-night stands,” “extended foreplay,” among other things during his alleged attempts at having a “steamy affair” and cheating on his wife, the report further claims.

According to data obtained by Gawker, Josh was allegedly using Ashley Madison to find an extramarital partner for the following: “Conventional Sex,” Experimenting with Sex Toys,” One-Night Stands,” “Open to Experimentation,” “Gentleness,” “Good With Your Hands,” Sensual Massage,” “Extended Foreplay/Teasing,” “Bubble Bath for 2,” “Likes to Give Oral Sex,” “Likes to Receive Oral Sex,” “Someone I Can Teach,” “Someone Who Can Teach Me,” “Kissing,” “Cuddling & Hugging,” “Sharing Fantasies,” and “Sex Talk.”


Josh Duggar Paid for Membership to Cheating Website Ashley Madison (Report)


19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar is among those who had a paid membership to the cheating website Ashley Madison, according to data published by Gawker. The affair service was the victim of a hack in July, with member information posted online.

According to Gawker, a credit card under the name Joshua J. Duggar was used to pay for an account. The address listed along with the card was that of the Fayetteville, Arkansas home his grandmother Mary owns. The residence was featured on 19 Kids and Counting, which TLC canceled in July after Duggar admitted to having molested several underage girls years ago, including two of his sisters.


Ashley Madison hack could mean trouble for some feds, troops


The release of personal information reportedly belonging to more than 36 million members of adultery-focused dating site AshleyMadison.com contains 15,000 email addresses with military or federal government domains, according to a separate online data dump.

The unverified totals, posted by Twitter user @t0x0 and cited by Wired magazine and other media outlets, include 6,788 addresses ending in “us.army.mil,” another 1,665 ending in “navy.mil,” 809 ending in “usmc.mil” and 206 in “mail.mil.”

The data dump also includes more than 875 .gov addresses linked to federal agencies, including 44 addresses from the White House domain. The remainder were state and local addresses or obviously fake.




The unverified totals, posted by Twitter user @t0x0 and cited by Wired magazine and other media outlets, include 6,788 addresses ending in “us.army.mil,” another 1,665 ending in “navy.mil,” 809 ending in “usmc.mil” and 206 in “mail.mil.”

The presence of an individual’s email account in the leaked files doesn’t indicate its owner participated in services offered by the website, which uses the slogan “Life is short. Have an affair.” It may not mean the owner even signed up in the first place.

“People would put whatever email address on there, and Ashley Madison wouldn’t check it,” said Robert Graham, CEO of Errata Security, a cybersecurity consulting company he’s run for the past 10 years. “People could lie, and they often did lie.”