From the world of Ashley Madison: lawsuits, admissions, and no-cheating zip codes

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TORONTO, CANADA – NewsFix is spanning the globe to bring you the latest news from the world of Ashley Madison.

Millions of people around the world had been spending most their lives living in the cheater’s paradise.

Then some hackers posted the private, personal information from about 33 million Ashley Madison subscribers.

A San Antonio police captain was one of two people to commit suicide over the leaked information.

And now, some cheaters are out for revenge.

Four subscribers filed federal lawsuits in US courts claiming Ashley Madison did not use enough protection. Some of them claim they paid extra to have their personal data scrubbed.

They want $5 million and class action status.

And speaking of class, remember Snooki from The Jersey Shore?

Yeah, well, she went on Instagram to deny reports that her husband was trolling on Ashley Madison, posting “Honestly, if he wanted to cheat, he would go out and do it. Not sign up on a website and pay for it.”

Remember blogger Sam Rader who dipped into his wife’s pee-pee to find out that she was pregnant? Unfortunately, she had a miscarriage.

Well, seems this Christian blogger also had an Ashley Madison account.

He says he didn’t hook up with anyone and that his wife and church family have forgiven him.

Is there anyone who isn’t on Ashley Madison?

The answer is “yes.”

Vice-President Joe Biden's son Hunter says that’s not his email found on the Ashley Madison site. He says he stopped using that email account after someone hacked it

And, the online site Gawker says only three zip codes in the USA have no Ashley Madison accounts associated with them.

Those would be Nikolai, AK, population 94; Perryville, AK, population 113; and Polvadera, NM, population 268.

Apparently size does matter.

In small towns, people are always in your business, which may cut down on your monkey business, at least online.