Ashley Madison: First British Divorce Case Repoted After Adultery Website Hack Names 1.2m Cheating Brits

The website slogan was ‘Life is short, Have an affair’, and was built for people to commit adultery
The first British divorce case in the wake of the Ashley
Madison leak has been set in motion, it has been reported.
Lawyers across the country are being inundated with calls
from worried spouses seeking advice after the names, email addresses and s*xual
fantasies of 37 million members of the adultery site were published by hackers
on Tuesday, after they kept to the threat of publishing names of those cheating
on their spouses.

The 10gb cache, dumped on the dark web by a group calling
themselves the Impact Team, included details of 1.2 million cheating Brits,
with London coming in the top 10 cheating cities in the world now.
Today, The Times reported that divorce proceedings were
already underway in at least one instance in the UK.
Nigel Shepherd, from family law firm Mills & Reeve, told
the newspaper he had received a call from a woman seeking advice after finding
her husband’s details within the leaked accounts.
He said: “If someone finds out their partner is set up
on a website which exists solely to facilitate adultery, it’s hardly surprising
they want to take an action about it. Only God knows how many more will come
up. But really, those hackers are sadists, lol.. You want to break 1.2m homes? Did
they even think about their children? Wicked people… lol what do you think?.

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