(NEWSER) – Doriana Silva spent her days working for cheater site Ashley Madison typing up hundreds of fake profiles of sexy women to "entice paying heterosexual male members to join and spend money on the website." That, from a lawsuit Silva has filed seeking $20 million for "unjust enrichment" at her expense, plus another $1 million for punitive and general damages after she says she damaged her arms and wrists creating 1,000 "fake female profiles" in three weeks for a Brazilian version of the site, the Canadian Press reports. Ashley Madison, however, says the profiles were part of testing; parent company Avid Life Media has counter-sued for $100,000 in damages plus legal costs, and wants Silva to return copies of her "work product and training materials" the company says are confidential.

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