MIRROR.CO.UK - June 10 - Ashley Madison has now launched a coaching service to help clients betray their other halves and get away with it. The site claims ~60M member accounts worldwide. The new feature is marketed especially towards older men who have less experience in having affairs, according to the site's chief strategy officer Paul Keable. Many thought the controversial site was finished in 2015 when it was invaded by hackers who released the private list of members to the public. The hackers also exposed Ashley Madison itself as a 'cheat'. In 2016 the website admitted tricking its males users into signing up by using 'fembots' impersonating real women. It was subsequently reported that 70K of the sites female users were allegedly robots. The company claimed to have discontinued the practice in North America in 2014 and internationally in 2015, although offered no evidence of this.