According to Canada Star, Doriana Silva says in her claim that shortly after starting her job, she was given just three weeks to type up 1,000 'fake female profiles' meant to lure in male customers, which in turn caused her to develop severe pain in her wrists.
In his email to Mail Online, the Ashley Madison spokesperson provided several photos of Ms Silva showing 'no signs of her so called injury', including one of her on a jet-ski and one of her throwing her arms in the air in front of a city skyline.
When you sign up to a dating website the first thing you do is answer a set of specific questions designed to pair you with your perfect match. “If you look at the research, more people are cheating than ever before,” says Julie.
Founder Julie Surrey says she started the website because society has reached the point where you can no longer take it for granted that your partner won’t stray.
It may seem bizarre to take a vow of fidelity so early on in a relationship but in the age of casual dating websites such as Tinder, it allows users to avoid meeting people who are only looking for a quick fling or those with a wandering eye.
Fidelity requires its members to take a pledge to remain faithful to whoever they are matched with on the site.
In a survey of 100,000 people for relationship book The Normal Bar: The Surprising Secrets Of Happy Couples, one third of men and almost 20 per cent of women admitted to being unfaithful in the past.
Boredom was the main reason given, with 71 per cent of men and 49 per cent of woman putting their cheating down to a lack of excitement at home.
And infidelity is a trend which appears to be growing.
Ashley Madison, a dating website which facilitates married people to be unfaithful, now has more than five million subscribers. Another option for online cheaters is Illicit Encounters, which has over a million users.