(NEW YORK) -- Arnold Schwarzenegger's movie career is now on hold in the wake of his escalating paternity scandal, but at least he's gotten one new, lucrative job offer.
ABC News Radio has confirmed the parent company of the website AshleyMadison.com -- which helps facilitate marital affairs between its more than 9.3 million anonymous members -- has offered the disgraced former California governor star a five-year, $10 million contract to be its spokesman.
Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman has sent a copy of the contract to Schwarzenegger's agent, Richard Lovett. The offer is for Schwarzenegger to be the official German language spokesman in his native Austria, as well as Germany and Switzerland.
Biderman explained to ABC News Radio, "Powerful men, particularly those in politics and the public eye, tend to take multiple risks on their way to the top, and so taking a risk within their personal life, since they feel they are made of Teflon, is a natural extension. Simply put, the more successful you are, the more prone to cheating you are."
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