Disgraced reality TV star Josh Duggar had 2 paid accounts on the hacked cheaters' website Ashleymadison.com.
A hacker dumped the names of 32 million married cheaters onto a Torrent site on Tuesday.
Bloggers, journalists, and worried wives immediately got to work analyzing the millions of names contained within the massive file dump.
Duggar, who was accused of molesting five minors including his own sisters, had 2 registered accounts on Ashleymadison.com.
The '19 & Counting' star reportedly registered using a credit card with a billing address that matched his grandmother’s home address in Fayetteville, Ark.
Duggar, 27, and his wife Anna Duggar, also 27, welcomed their fourth child, Meredith, last month.
Vatican workers and employees of Bank of America, JP Morgan, Amazon and Boeing were among the married men with paid profiles.
One married man who was contacted by London's The Telegraph newspaper said he signed up for the cheaters' website because he had a "sex drive too big" for his wife.
“I need someone who is more sexual,” he said. “I need someone who is willing to try anything.”
Journalist Piers Morgan's wife was among the 5% of females registered on the website.
The NY Post reports that over 15,000 people "registered their accounts using emails linked to military and government servers, including the NSA and Department of Justice."
The hacker group accused Ashleymadison.com of creating thousands of fake female profiles to dupe married men into believing they were communicating with hot women.
The group also claimed the website kept private user information in its database long after members paid $19 to have their names and info permanently deleted.
The hackers gave Ashleymadison.com a deadline to take the entire website offline, but the site owners refused.
Divorce lawyers are expecting brisk business in the wake of the Ashley Madison cheating scandal.
“I think therapists will be busy first and it will ultimately trickle down to us,” said Manhattan divorce attorney Jacqueline Newman.
“This is going to be something that will not only be destroying marriages, but it will also be destroying businesses and other things like that. The ramifications are going to be pretty significant.” Source