Anna Hart is a writer for prominent websites including Elle, The Guardian and The Telegraph among several others. She is also a contributing editor for the Travel section of the Stylist. When her name figured in the dump, she took to Twitter to justify herself.
In her own words, she states ‘I think I signed up to Ashley Madison once, researching a potential feature. Love rats, feel free to use this excuse.’ We just have one question for her… why would a writer who specializes on travel, ‘research’ a feature on Ashley Madison?
It’s one heck of an excuse, though, as being a journalist, she can justify almost anything in the name of ‘research.’
Hamza Tzortzis, a top UK Islamic preacher, teaches hate by justifying beheadings and killings for leaving his religion. However, he has a lot of love to offer when it comes to his personal life. When his email figured in the leak, he denied it stating that someone else used his name to defame him, though his card statement tells a different story.
The first payment on the website happened after his pilgrimage trip in October 2014, and it continued for the next 9 months. Along with him paying hundreds of dollars to the website, the detailed locations of those payments kind of nails him *pun intended*.
If hypocrisy was gas, Josh Duggar could have solved world’s oil problems. Duggar is a conservative reality TV star along with being a family values activist. He was also the executive director of the Family Research Council, a prominent group lobbying ‘to champion marriage and family as the foundation of civilization.’
Don’t be fooled by his fame. This man is two parts terrible and one part disgusting. His immoral past includes molesting five young girls, four of whom were his own sisters! Very conveniently, according to Duggar, God had forgiven him after he sought redemption.
While his wife had forgiven him for his past, he has once again drawn attention to himself. This time by figuring out in the highest paying member list of Ashley Madison. Since these God appointed people have a direct line to heaven, don’t be surprised if he is forgiven again.
John Gibson was a Pastor and Professor at New Orleans who committed suicide after being outed on Ashley Madison. Gibson struggled with sexual addiction that fractured his marriage and plunged him into depression, according to his family.
His wife Christi, told CNN ‘What we know about him is that he poured his life into other people, and he offered grace and mercy and forgiveness to everyone else, but somehow he couldn’t extend that to himself.’ She also believes that Gibson feared he would lose his job and was very, very sorry for his deeds.