The news about Noel Biderman, CEO of Avid Life Media, Inc., the embattled owner of Ashley Madison, continues to flow in hypocritical streams. Noel’s emails already suggested that Biderman met with an escort named “Mila M” for $300 one afternoon. There was also the crazy Ashley Madison-themed script penned by Noel and a cohort. On Twitter, new revelations are occurring by the minute about the cheating Biderman may have done.
In light of the fact that Biderman told many publications that he was faithful to his wife, Amanda, and said so publicly on the View, is being held up in sharp contrast to the leaked emails from Noel’s inbox.
On Thursday, however, deeper revelations about the extent of the alleged affairs had by Biderman as revealed by his inbox are making the news. As reported by the Daily Mail, Noel’s leaked emails point to a number of sketchy and shady email conversations between Biderman and a plethora of women over the years.
There was an email exchange from “Melissa from the spa,” reports BuzzFeed, which details a relationship that lasted a couple of years between Noel — who sometimes couldn’t meet because he was taking care of his kids — and Melissa, who sometimes had to study for finals. Melissa expressed a bunch of guilt over her meetings with Noel, especially when her boyfriend almost found out.
“Hi Noel, I booked the novotel again at 3pm today, but I’m going to have to cancel it. I feel extremely guilt-ridden because of my boyfriend. He’s very intuitive and almost found out last time. I’m sorry. I don’t want to lose him. As much as I need the money. I talked to him this morning and my sense of guilt made me imagine that he knows. I know it’s a lot to ask for but I was wondering if I could still borrow some money, maybe 1500…I know its quite a bit but I promise I will pay you back as soon as I find a job and save some. I love him and I couldn’t look him in the eye if I went through with this. I’m sorry.”
According to the New York Daily News, Biderman may have even used his own site, Established Men, to look for women to cheat on his wife with, as some of the emails allege.
Photos of Biderman’s inbox are being published in the tweets on Twitter hosted on the Imgur website.
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