GotNews.com has IDed yet another Washington Post employee in the Ashley Madison hack: Stephen Hunter, a Pulitzer-prize-winning film columnist.
Unlike Dan Steinberg, Hunter used the service for six months in 2011, according to data released by the hacker group. He reportedly took a buy out in 2008 but the email address was still in service.
Stephen Hunter was the film critic for the Washington Post. He previously wrote for the Baltimore Sun. He’s got a new book out, too.
He’s also written over eighteen novels and is a best-selling novelist. One of his novels was even made into a movie starring Mark Walhberg, Shooter. In 2003 Hunter won the Pulitzer Prize for film criticism.
We reached out to Hunter at his Washington Post email address–the same address he used to register for Ashley Madison.
We haven’t heard back from him there and will update this post should he see fit to correct us.
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