A Brockton resident is the first person out the 37 million AshleyMadison.com members to have their identity revealed after the "cheating spouses" website was hacked this weekend.

According to the Taunton Daily Gazette, the parent company of Ashley Madison confirmed on Sunday that it was hacked and some of the user’s personal information was posted online.

The hackers posted usernames, along with their profile ID, home address, email address, and sexual preferences in a message.

The hackers are demanding the site "stop to preying on people's misery".  The group copied and pasted the Brockton person's information.  If the site is not removed, the hackers are threatening to reveal the personal info of all of the site's members.

With additional reporting by Sal Lopez