Public school housemaster is on leaked adultery website list: Married father of two created an Ashley Madison account in 2012 using his school email address

  • Teacher wrote that he was 'looking to reignite that spark of sexual tension'
  • His preferences include blindfolding, being submissive and threesomes 
  • Hundreds of doctors, teachers, academics and lawyers have been discovered among the leaked accounts 

A married housemaster at one of Britain's most exclusive public schools is among hundreds of professionals revealed as members of the adultery website Ashley Madison.

The teacher, who has two children, created his account in 2012, using his school email address, and wrote under his profile he was 'looking to reignite that spark of sexual tension'.

His preferences include blindfolding, being submissive and threesomes.

Hacked: The Ashley Madison site, which had the names, email addresses and sexual preferences of millions of users leaked online

Hacked: The Ashley Madison site, which had the names, email addresses and sexual preferences of millions of users leaked online

Hundreds of doctors, teachers, academics and lawyers have been discovered among the leaked accounts. At least 90 members of a British online network for doctors have signed up, as well as 36 teachers, including headteachers and a staff member at a Church of England school.

There were also 917 UK university email addresses, with Portsmouth University appearing most often. 

Yesterday it was revealed that a former Tory Minister's private email address is one of millions leaked by Ashley Madison hackers.

The address for Damian Green MP, who has been married to his wife Alicia Collinson since 1988 and has two children, was released online by the group in an attempt to out 'cheating dirtbags'.

But the 59-year-old former Police Minister has denied any involvement with the dating site and said he does not know anything about it.

Scottish National Party MP Michelle Thomson's details were also found in the database last week but she denied any knowledge and said her details had been 'harvested by hackers'.

Britain's first divorce case prompted by the Ashley Madison leak began on Friday. Nigel Shepherd, of family law firm Mills & Reeve, said yesterday he had been contacted by a distraught woman who discovered her husband's details among the leaked accounts.

Canadian widower Eliot Shore, who joined the site after his wife of 30 years died of cancer, is leading a £368 million lawsuit against the company and demanding £4.8 million in damages after he was among 37 million who had their private details published on the internet.

Ashley Madison does not verify email addresses so it is possible to use the site with someone else's email address.