The creators of the infidelity website “Ashley Madison” have responded to claims that their website has destroyed thousands of marriages by launching a brand new app for recently divorced singles.
“Ashley Madison”, a website designed to allow users to cheat on their spouses, was victim of a major attack last week, in which the personal details of their entire user base was leaked onto the Internet. Many users have described the leak as an ‘unbelievable and complete betrayal of trust”, and claim that this attack has caused their otherwise completely healthy and stable marriages to fall apart.
Despite the critism, however, the creators of “Ashely Madison” have already turned their attention to the release of a brand new dating app designed specifically for people whose marriages just fell apart.
“Look, we’re obviously devastated for the families that have been destroyed by the leak”, said CEO of Ashley Madison, Madison Ashley, at a press conference held inside a dimly-lit motel room.
“But we aren’t here to talk about the thousands of people who will now be single. We’re here to talk about the launch of our new dating app, aimed at people who have recently become single”
The new app, tentatively titled Divorcr, is set to launch early next year, and the creators have promised that it will allow users to meet ‘like minded people, who just want to find someone who loves them and helps them forget about the fact that we totally helped destroy their previous relationship”.
The app is reportedly launching with the slogan “Life is short. Find someone who will eventually have an affair”