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Cheating Website Ashley Madison Allegedly Offers $1M to Anyone Who Can Prove They've Slept With Tebow

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"encourage him to find a nice lady or two..."

Tim Tebow (Photo Credit: AP)

The controversial pro-infidelity website AshleyMadison has allegedly offered $1 million for anyone who can, in the words of various news sites, provide proof that they got "biblical" with Tim Tebow.

Apparently, "getting biblical" is now acceptable code for "having sexual relations with."

The site's founder, Noel Biderman, explained:

'Sports and sex (and of course, infidelity) go hand in hand. If Mr. Tebow is indeed abstaining from adult relationships, I would encourage him to find a nice lady or two and enjoy his youth and fame as much as possible.  We are beyond the days where pre-marital sex has a social stigma, and it is my hope that soon we will also feel the same about infidelity.  I guarantee that no man of Tim Tebow’s stature could survive a season in New York without succumbing to the temptations of the city (i.e. pull a Brett Favre).'

Tebow has been a proud proponent of his Christian beliefs, and says he will abstain from sexual relations until marriage.  His widely-recognized "Tebow" pose, where he is really praying, is emulated by children and fans across the country.

However, while Tim Tebow's enthusiastic embrace of his religious beliefs has made him a hero to many, there are others who find his behavior too "holier than thou."

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowsi reportedly said he'd "F" Tebow "to take his virginity," and there are clearly more who wish to see the athlete fail.

But in this case, $1 million offer has seemingly gone too far.  Responses to the offer (bribe?) have been almost entirely negative.

NBC Sports concluded its article on the topic: "Tebow's just trying to do some good in the world...[and] the last thing we need is a bunch of women coming out of the woodwork with Tebow sex stories. We don’t want another Tiger Woods!"

Similarly, CBS New York wrote: "Has Ashley Madison crossed the line--again?"

Commenters have remarked that the offer is disrespectful and demeaning, and they would not at all be put-off if he sued the site.

Is this a ridiculous attack on a man who is just trying to live well, or are you fair game once you become a national figure?

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