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Owner of ‘revenge’ site: ‘We provide a platform’

  • Ariella Alexander, the owner of speaks to HLN
  • Critics say site could lead to false accusations, defaming targets
  • Owner defends the site to HLN News Now

A website that allows someone to publicly name and shame "the other woman" in an adulterous relationship is making waves online. The site says it is a way to warn others, but it brings up many questions about who is identified on the site, and how accurate the accusations are.

Ariella Alexander, the owner of says she was the victim of a cheating man herself, and hopes users will use the site "responsibly."

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"We provide a platform," she told HLN's News Now, when asked about the site's premise of allowing users to publicly shame cheaters. “I felt as if these women needed a platform … to share their stories, to interact ... and to basically hold the mistress accountable for their actions,” she said.

She says that she is launching a male version soon. 

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