Although she's most commonly know for effing Tiger Woods, Rachel Uchitel is a busy lady! Even before her affair with the golf star, she was in a secret affair with Bones star David Boreanaz.
Blackberry Messenger messages between the couple have been discovered - and they aren't pretty! Rachel went by the name Puma and was actually under the assumption that their tryst may remain permanent.
In the following messages, Rachel cannot make it to El Lay to see him and she is urging him to see her in New York. He can't make it because his wife is pregnant with their second child.
Rachel: "I need you here so we can be together."
David: "This is not a good time."
Rachel: “I can’t do this anymore…Just go. Just (bleeping) go and be with her.”
David: “Why do u act like such a (bleeping) child!!! She is my wife”
Rachel: “Oh, please!! You’re such a liar. You’re never leaving. You’ve wasted my time and I’m once again alone. I can’t (bleeping) be alone anymore. I’ve been alone my entire life.”
David: “What the HELL are you talking about. We spend more than enough time together.”
The two had several secret hookups together. When Uchitel came to El Lay, Boreanaz would pay for them to stay at the swanky L'Hermitage Hotel.
"Rachel said they made love the entire time, she said David is amazing," claims a source.
The actor has also been known to send sexually graphic messages including explicit pictures and video. Rachel accused him of not missing her to which he replies, "I missss [sic] you more than words can express."
And when Rachel demands that she needs to be "the only one," he replies, "That is extremely IMPOSSIBLE at this stage in my life., I fear Jamie will not let me see the baby."
Uchitel's attorney, Gloria Allred, gave the following statement about the texts.
"Rachel Uchitel has reviewed the text messages which are alleged to be between her and David Boreanaz. She believes that they are not authentic and that someone is deliberately trying to portray her in a false light. For this reason, Ms. Uchitel strongly asserts that these texts should not be published."
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