Josh Taekman sometimes seemed like he was not always enjoying his marriage to Real Housewives Of New York star Kristen. But now Josh has become outed as among those who reportedly had accounts on Ashley Madison.
Taekman isn’t the only one who’s recently emerged after the hacking of the infidelity Web site. Along with the RHONY star, Snooki’s husband reportedly had signed up for Ashley Madison, according to MSN.
Kristen’s husband, Josh, had gone through the process of establishing Ashley Madison accounts, based on the latest reports, along with Snooki’s husband, Jionni LaValle.
19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar is regarded as the first celebrity victim of the hackers’ Ashley Madison subscribers list, with LaValle and Taekman the newest. Duggar had two site accounts.
“I became unfaithful to my wife,” confessed Josh.
But in terms of Taekman, Ramona Singer is dishing her views, reported Us Weekly.
When the Real Housewives of New York City celebrity was asked about Josh’s scandal, Singer defended Taekman.
Ramona pointed out that Kristen and her husband just renewed their wedding vows, and claims they’re more in love than ever.
And although Kristen’s husband, Josh Taekman is included among the list of Ashley Madison paying subscribers. The Real Housewives Of New York star’s spouse is denying it, reported the Daily Mail.
In June 2011, Josh logged on. Taekman used two email addresses.
Kristen and Taekman have two children, and have been married for 10 years. He is 46, and she is 38.
Josh is estimated to have paid thousands of dollars to use Ashley Madison, with 62 paid transactions.
How it works: Although the infidelity site can be used without payment, sending messages involves purchasing credits. For example, those who pay $250 receive 1,000 credits. They also get a money-back guarantee of an affair in three months.
However, Kristen’s husband denied the reports, even though the address listed in the credit card records that were leaked shows the same address in which the Taekmans live.
“I don’t understand. There’s not a shot in hell that I’m a subscriber. I have no knowledge of that this is the first I’ve ever heard of it. This is crazy. I saw it on the TV the other day about the security breach and we were laughing about it. It is what it is but somebody is definitely fraudulently using my name and number.”
The reason for associating the email address used for the profile is that it resembles his Twitter username.
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