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In May of 2010, Canadians turned on their televisions to see Amanda Lang interview Claudia Opdenkelder on CBC’s The National about an issue of grave importance: Discrimination against cougars.[np_storybar title=”Inside Ashley Madison: Calls from crying spouses, fake profiles and the hack that changed everything” link=”https://business.financialpost.com/fp-tech-desk/inside-ashley-madison-calls-from-crying-spouses-fake-profiles-and-the-hack-that-changed-everything”] The hardest customer service calls to take were the ones where the devastated, irate wives would put their children on the phone.[/np_storybar]In an interview at a bar, the evening newscast’s guest anchor introduced Opdenkelder as “the founder of an online dating site,” Cougar Life.com, that helps older women and younger men (ahem, “cubs”) pair up.
According to her statement of claim, she had been making a monthly retainer of ,000 plus fees for each media appearance.A member of the public relations team offers to play the role of “Vanessa Charles,” an apparently fictional spokeswoman, in phone interviews. Julie Beun, a freelance journalist, sat down with Opdenkelder and her partner for a lengthy profile that ran in the Ottawa Citizen in 2010. Dadoun-Cohen has changed her name, and promotes herself on her website, simonesinclaire.com, as a nutritionist, hypnotherapist, and personal trainer. In another life, I was a bit of a sexpert.” She is also a competitive bikini body builder.The Ashley Madison leaks, however, suggest that relying on unsuspecting reporters was part of Avid Life’s media method.