YouTube Star Sam Rader Admits to Ashley Madison Account

Pin It
Pin It
Sam Rader, who is one half of the popular YouTube channel Sam and Nia, which he runs with his wife, has just confessed to having an account on Ashley Madison.

Just hours after The Daily Mail uncovered what they believed to be his account, Sam made a video, with Nia by his side, where he confessed that he had made the account. The hacked data from the website exposed over 30 million accounts and the popular Christian vlogger's was one of them.

"My name has been associated with an Ashley Madison account website made for spouses who want to have an affair," he says in a video they uploaded, entitled 'Forgiven,' which has already received over 7,000 thumbs down votes.

"I did make the account - I made the account two years ago. This is an issue that is in our past. This is before I got onto YouTube," he continues, before providing some of the backstory. "I brought this to our church at the time...this was brought to my wife's attention. She has forgiven me for this mistake that I have made and opening the account. I sought forgiveness to God and he has forgiven me. So I've been completely cleansed of this sin."

He also says that he never had an affair with anybody while he's been married. "This account was opened out of pure fleshly desire and just simple curiosity."

While everyone was wondering what Nia had to say about the whole thing, she finally spoke at the end of the video, saying, "I have forgiven Sam and I stand behind him. This is in our past and it's unfortunate that it's being dug up now but our marriage is worth fighting for."

So...there you go.


Want More? Like us on Facebook
Gallery | 10 Viral Videos That Put YouTube on the Map


Follow Cambio


Join Our Newsletter
Stay fetch. Sign up for The Cray, our daily roundup of all things buzzworthy. From Kylie Jenner's trendsetting style (btw, puberty goals AF) to life-changing tech news (tweeting an emoji to order a pizza #YES), The Cray is all you need to impress the squad.
Privacy Terms