Entrepreneur Husband of 'Real Housewives' Star Paid Thousands of Dollars on Ashley Madison

Kristen Taekman's husband Josh, an energy drink entrepreneur, reportedly made 62 transactions over three years on the cheaters' website.

The husband of one of the Real Housewives of New York is the latest person to be named in the Ashley Madison scandal.

Kristen Taekman’s husband Josh, an energy drink entrepreneur, reportedly made 62 transactions over three years on the cheaters’ website – spending thousands of dollars in total.

He admitted in a statement: "I signed up for the site foolishly and ignorantly with a group of friends."

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The 46-year-old has two children with his model wife, 38.

He added: "I deeply apologize for any embarrassment or pain I have brought to my wife and family."

And he’s not the only reality TV star being swept up in the scandal.

The husband of Jersey Shore’s Snooki Polizzi has also been linked to the site after his email address was reportedly used to open an account.

INSIDE EDITION reached out to Snooki but she had no comment.

"We're not adressing this for now," a rep said.

But she did just speak out about Josh Duggar’s involvement in the scandal on her weekly podcast.

She said: “He called himself a hypocrite and he said I'm ashamed of myself. And his wife is still standing by him. Like what the f*** is wrong with you.”

ABC News also reported that there’s an account in the named of Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter – but he responded that it was set up without his knowledge.

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Hackers released the details of 37 million customers last week.

Police in Canada said there have been two unconfirmed reports of suicides after the hack, while a Texas police captain also took his life after he was named.

Eight people across the U.S. are also suing the website after the hack. The lawsuits have been filed in California, Texas, Missouri, Georgia, Tennessee and Minnesota.

They accuse the company of failing to protect the security of its users.

Ashley Madison is offering a $500,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a group that hacked the site.

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