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‘Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal’ Director on How They Got Unfaithful Men to Confess on Camera

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Lexi Carson “Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal” is filled with tears, confessions and betrayal. The Netflix docuseries, which premiered on May 15, revolves around the online dating site Ashley Madison, the slogan of which was “Life is Short.

Have an Affair.” It was used by millions of married people who were looking to cheat on their partners. However, in July 2015, the website was hacked, and users’ information was exposed.

The hack caused marriages to explode, ruined lives — and even ended some. “Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal” spotlights a number of couples’ stories who were affected by the hack, but much of its screen time focuses on Sam and Nia Raden.

They are a couple who became famous on YouTube for sharing their Christian beliefs and had a seemingly perfect marriage. But when the user names from Ashley Madison were leaked, Sam Raden was one of its customers.

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