James McGibney was in the Marines when he heard from a friend about a cheating spouse, and decided to take action. He founded cheaterville.com, a place where spurned lovers post pictures and information about those who had done them wrong. McGibney talked to HuffPost Live host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani recently about the surprising statistics behind his site.
McGibney said that out of over one million posts on his site, 81% of cheaters posting on the site are women, and 40% of that are women outing other women on his site.
McGibney hears the same story over and over.
"Guys always get caught the same way," he said. "The cell phone is left down, they go upstairs, they come back, of course the wife's going to pick it up and look at it."
Also joining the discussion were HuffPost Associate Divorce editor Ashley Reich, psychotherapist Dr. Tammy Nelson, and Jewels Bolden, founder of ACheatingHusband.com.