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Adultery site sues ex-employee who claims she wrote fake profiles

By Owen Weldon     Mar 24, 2014 in Internet
Ashley Madison, a Canadian-based website that markets itself to people looking for extramarital affairs, is counter-suing a former employee who claimed that she strained her wrist while creating up to 1,000 fake profiles.
According to The Star, the ex-employee, Doriana Silva, accused the company of having her create the alleged phony profiles to lure men to the site. The website is now counter-suing her, claiming that she kept confidential documents, such as "work product and training materials."
According to National Post, The suit seeks to recover the documents that Silva has, as well as $100,000 in damages and legal costs.
Silva says that she held on to the copies of the profiles she made, and that her former employer does not own them.
According to Toronto Life, Avid Life Media, Ashley Madison's parent company, has not admitted that it planted fake profiles on the site.
Silva is reportedly suing for $20 million for Avid's "unjust enrichment."
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