Rader, 29, allegedly made several payments to the site beginning in September 2013.
A Christian video blogger made famous for posting daily clips with his wife on their YouTube channel is the latest celebrity outed in the Ashley Madison hack scandal.
And the story just keeps getting weirder: It’s been less than a month since Christian vlogger Sam Rader stole his wife Nia’s urine for the ultimate “reverse pregnancy announcement,” which was swiftly followed by a tragic miscarriage announcement and then, nearly immediately after, an onslaught of Internet skepticism, with many believing the whole thing was staged.
But it’s Mr Rader’s name which has been exposed as being subscribed to the controversial Ashley Madison website, entangling him in the online adultery world.
The paper claims that someone signed up for Ashley Madison using Sam’s name and mailing.
According to the Daily Mail, the account info was first revealed in an online 4chan forum, which are notorious for exposing hacked content.
Earlier this week, hackers released the personal details of millions of AM users, including a name registered as “Samuel Rader”.
TubeMogul told BuzzFeed News that Sam and Nia probably make $9.60 for every one thousand non-skippable ad views on their YouTube videos, which could mean they are raking in as much as six figures.
The Daily Mail said they had tried to reach out to Sam for comment but communication attempts were being unanswered. Sam and Nia are reportedly appearing at a video blogging conference in Seattle.