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‘Ashley Madison’ Netflix doc director has theory on who exposed nearly 40 million users in 2015: ‘Fascinating’

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cheat on your partner. Because of course, we all know how destructive and damaging infidelity can be. That’s not the most interesting thing to say about it,” director Toby Paton told The Post. “So, we wanted to make a series that was not going to be judgmental.

But at the same time, we didn’t want to be flippant or glib, saying, ‘It’s OK to cheat.’ Because of course it’s not the case.

There are dark and awful consequences … So we wanted to find a way to strike the right tone.”Premiering Wednesday, May 15, the three-episode series “Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal” details the rise and fall of the dating website for cheaters, and the notorious 2015 data breach when unknown hackers leaked clients’ private information.

The doc also includes interviews with past employees such as then-top sales rep Evan Back, and even former YouTube star Sam Radar, a “Christian family man” influencer who got exposed for using Ashley Madison to cheat on his wife, Nia (who also gives her story on-screen).

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