Remember Ashley Madison, the social networking site that promises to bring married people together for secret affairs? Seems like it may not be as full of sexy un-singles as advertised:

A Toronto woman named Doriana Silva says she was hired to help launch the Brazilian version of the adultery-themed dating service, but soon realized her duties were to seed the new platform with fake female profiles. "The purpose of these profiles is to entice paying heterosexual male members to join and spend money on the website," the lawsuit alleges. All told, she created over a thousand profiles, which she now claims left her with debilitating repetitive stress injuries.

If you're looking to have a secret affair, you might have to do it the old-fashioned way: Take off your wedding ring and spend way too much money a nightclub that's demographically way too young for you.