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Harder still, she admits, has been dealing with the impact of her divorce on her son.
‘I got custody and Rich pays maintenance, but it’s been hard for my son.
‘We had a wide social circle and got on well with each other’s parents.Within an hour of signing up as a new female member, without a profile picture or any identifying details except a user name, age and location, I was contacted by 16 men, 13 of them married.‘I had my suspicions he was cheating and thought I’d set up my own account on a few of these sites so I could have a look,’ she admits. Hacking into a database and threatening to reveal their personal details shouldn’t be condoned.’She is working on a case in which a husband signed up to an extra-marital affairs site in order to catch out his unfaithful wife.‘It’s been incredibly hurtful — images found on the family i Pad, children involved, decades of marriage.Desperate to limit the damage, Canadian-based Ashley Madison appears to have caved in to some of their demands by suspending a £15 fee for members wanting to wipe their accounts — a bone of contention for the hackers, who said that the payers’ details would still be kept on the company’s system.One of those hurt wives is Sarah Gould, 34, from Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, who until January 2013 was happily married — or so she thought — to Rich, 36, a computer engineer.