- The Washington Times - Friday, October 2, 2015

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s younger brother is reportedly the latest high-profile victim of the August hack attack on AshleyMadison.com, being exposed as a paid user on the notorious cheating website.

Tony Rodham, a married father of three who has publicly worked to advance Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 bid for the presidency, appeared along with 37 million other Ashley Madison users in a database breach that leaked online, the Daily Mail reported.

Mr. Rodham’s wife, Megan Madden Rodham, said she was aware he had signed up with the website, and that they had worked it out already. She said her husband was never an active member of the Ashley Madison community.

“I know everything about Tony and everything he does online. I know all his passwords,” she told the Daily Mail. “I’m fine with it. He is not the sort of man who would take it any further.

“We have been together for 10 years and everything is great. Tony is a good man,” she added. “We are very happy and I know he has not cheated on me.”

The Daily Mail found that Mr. Rodham’s credit card was used to join the website on April 27, 2012. Two payments were made that day, for $168.99 each. Mr. Rodham also reportedly provided his full name, with middle initial “D” for Dean, and the address he shares with his family.

In 2001, Mr. Rodham was accused of having sex with another man’s girlfriend and attacked at the Rodham summer family cottage on Lake Winola in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, the Daily Mail reported.

Daniel Coyne was charged with assault, burglary and trespassing after twice breaking into the cottage to attack Mr. Rodham.

Mr. Rodham claimed to have only been lying down on a couch with the woman, the Daily Mail reported.

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