Former reality TV star Josh Duggar is amongst the names revealed as having an account on the website AshleyMadison.com.
The website is for people interested in cheating on their significant others
Duggar is said to have paid nearly $1,000 for two different subscriptions to the website from February 2013 to May 2015.
Customer data on AshleyMadison.com was stolen last month by hackers who promised to release the information, including names of customers, customers’ credit card information, and “secret sexual fantasies” if the site was not shut down.
He was once featured on the TLC show “19 Kids and Counting,” but the show was removed from the station due to allegations of Duggar molesting five young girls, including his sisters.
He then resigned from his executive director position at the Family Research Council. The council says that marriage is the “foundation of civilization.”
According to the Gawker, Duggar was using the site to find an extramarital partner for acts including “experimenting with sex toys,” “one-night stands,” and “cuddling & hugging.”
His turn-ons that he listed included “girl next door,” a good listener,” “has a secret love nest,” and many others.
Duggar has been married to wife, Anna, since 2008. They currently have four children together.
The information was posted Tuesday by a hacking group called the “impact team.”