The repercussions of the Ashley Madison hack continue with reports that two clients of the cheating website have committed suicide,according to the BBC.
“As of this morning we have two unconfirmed reports of suicides associated with the leak of Ashley Madison's customers' profiles," Toronto police department’s acting staff superintendent Bryce Evans said at a press conference.
The hack has revealed the identities of thousands of users that include federal employees, viral YouTube stars and Josh Duggar of “19 Kids and Counting.”
The parent company of Ashley Madison, Avid Life Media, is reportedly offering a $500,000 reward for any information leading to the identity of the hackers.
The company's owners are facing a $578 million class action lawsuit from users whose personal information was revealed in the hack.
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