Ashley Madison Hack Update: YouTube Star Sam Rader Apologizes for Using the Cheating Website

By Cheri Cheng - 22 Aug '15 10:43AM
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YouTube star Sam Rader has confirmed that he was a member of AshleyMadison.com, the website that encourages married or committed people to have an affair or fling if they are unhappy.

He said, on camera with his wife, Nia by his side, "My name has been associated with an Ashley Madison account website made for spouses who want to have an affair. I'm here to clarify some of this to you guys because I owe it to you. I did make the account. I made the account two years ago. This is an issue that is in our past this was before I got onto YouTube."

"I brought this to our church at the time...this was brought to my wife's attention. She has forgiven me for this mistake that I have made and opening the account. I sought forgiveness to God and he has forgiven me. So I've been completely cleansed of this sin," Sam added.

Sam stated that he never actually had an affair and that he opened the account "out of pure fleshy desire and just simple curiosity."

In the video, Nia stood by her husband and stated that she has already forgiven him. She added that it was unfortunate that their past had to resurface.

Sam and Nia are known for their viral video that showed Sam telling Nia that she was pregnant. The couple, however, announced a few days later that Nis had suffered from a miscarriage.

AshleyMadison.com was hacked by a group called the Impact Team. The hackers threatened to release the information on the site's users if the website was not taken down. After a few weeks, the hackers uploaded the personal information on about 32 million users onto the Internet. 

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