The pair have both filed for divorce from one another, bringing to an end a turbulent time together
Rachel Uchitel and Matt Hahn are set to divorce following a period of instability that looks to have wrecked their relationship for good. Sources close to the pair broke the news to TMZ on Monday (June 10) that the businesswoman and celebrity has cut ties with former college footballer Hahn, citing "cruel and inhumane treatment" in her divorce papers.
Those speaking with TMZ went on to claim that the reasons for divorce cited by Uchitel are just the tip of the iceberg of what was an explosive and argument-filled relationship. In one instance Rachel slapped Hahn during an argument when he wouldn't stop calling her names and in another, more publicised incident, Rachel called the cops to their NYC home after an argument got particularly heated and Hahn reportedly refuse to leave Uchitel apartment after being repeated to do so.
A rep for Uchitel has since said that she wants to end the divorce proceedings as soon as possible and to put her 1-and-a-half-year marriage behind her for good. In a more recent development, it turns out that Hahn has a few demands of his own, namely that he wants to keep custody of their 1-year-old daughter; something that may not even have been mentioned in Uchitel's divorce papers. He is also filing for divorce himself, citing "cruel and inhuman treatment ... such that the conduct of the defendant [Rachel] so endangers the physical or mental well being of the plaintiff as renders it unsafe or improper for the plaintiff to cohabit with the defendant."
Rachel Uchitel, the woman who found herself at the center of the Tiger Woods' infidelity scandal, gave birth on Tuesday (May 15, 2012), reports Fox News. In a statement, her representative said, "Both Rachel and baby are resting comfortably".
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Rachel Uchitel has kept quiet about her alleged 2010 affair with actor David Boreanaz, but the Hollywood actor has described his infidelity as "a bonding experience, in the long run". Speaking to TV Week, via US Weekly, the 'Bones' star claimed the affair was ultimately beneficial to his marriage.
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Rachel Uchitel, the American nightclub manager and television personality, has given Tiger Woods back most of the settlement he paid her to keep quiet about their relationship, reports Tmz.com. However, Uchitel is now preparing to sue Gloria Allred, the lawyer who brokered the deal in the first place.
Continue reading: Rachel Uchitel Returns $10 Million To Tiger Woods
Elin Nordegren, the ex-wife of shamed golfer Tiger Woods, has had a new man on her arm in recent months, as Contactmusic reported yesterday. His name is JAMIE DINGMAN, a financier who is the son of one of America's richest businessmen, MICHAEL DINGMAN. The story doesn't stop there though - TMZ reported this morning that Jamie Dingman's ex-girlfriend is non-other than Rachel Uchitel, one of the women at the centre of the Tiger Woods sex scandal, who was reportedly one of Woods' many mistresses over the years.
Apparently both Tiger and Dingman were dating Uchitel at the same time, and when things got more serious between Tiger and Uchitel, Dingman is said to have joked: "That's ok. I'll date his wife, Elin." At the time, Uchitel was living with Nordegren's new boyfriend in Miami. According to TMZ, it was JEN MADDEN, the women who sold the original story on Tiger Woods, who broke the info about Dingman to them. Apparently she was a guest at the house Dingman shared with Uchitel, and overheard them talking about Tiger.
Jason Davis, the 26-year-old American actor most famous for his recurring role as Mikey on the hit children's show 'Recess', has joined the cast for season four of 'Celebrity Rehab', reports US Magazine. The show, which sees stars of the entertainment world attempt to beat their addictions, premiered on 1st December 2010 on VH1.
As well his role on 'Recess', Davis has also starred in '7th Heaven' as 'Dwight', and played the 'Waffle House manager' in the hit movie 'Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby', which also starred Will Ferrell. Most recently, he had a role in the comedy movie 'Step Brothers'. Joining Davis on the reality show is actor Jeremy London, nightclub manager Rachel Uchitel, former model Janice Dickinson, and 'The Hills' star Jason Wahler. The show will see each celebrity go through a 21 day detox program under the stewardship of Dr Drew Pinsky.
52-year-old Pinsky said he was concerned about Wahler in particular after seeing him appear on reality show 'Laguna Beach', he said, "This guy was clear to me as a hardcore alcoholic. I literally was yelling at the television like, 'Is anybody gonna help this kid?"
Rachel Uchitel, a current contestant on season four of 'Celebrity Rehab' and former mistress of Tiger Woods, was thrown off a photo-shoot in New York on Monday (29th November 2010) after making huge demands and refusing to leave her dressing room, reports The Examiner. Uchitel had agreed to pose for a photo-shoot and give an interview to US 'Stepping Out Magazine' in order to promote her appearance on the hit reality show.
According to the magazine's editor, CHAUNCE HAYDEN, Uchitel first demanded a room at the luxury 'Four Seasons Hotel' in New York, as well as limousine service, and 'an entire showroom' worth of designer clothing. However, the 36-year-old also wanted full control of the photo-shoot and demanded full photo approval, full editorial approval, and the right to look over all questions before they were asked. On the day of the shoot, Uchitel arrived with her manager and entourage looking "haggard and spacey," according to Hayden, who added that she had "big, black circles under her eyes."
The editor went on to reveal that the socialite spent more than two hours in hair and makeup and declined to try on any of the clothes that were provided for her by the magazine. After several hours of refusing to leave her dressing room, Hayden said he asked the socialite to leave, saying, "They were last seen walking down 1st Ave looking lost and confused."
Rachel Uchitel, the New York nightclub manager and former mistress of professional golfer Tiger Woods, refused to fly in standard class to a premiere party for reality series 'Celebrity Rehab', reports TMZ.com
The 35-year-old is a contestant on season four of the show, which sees celebrities battle their addiction, but after being told she could not fly first-class she refused to travel to Los Angeles for the event. Uchitel arrived at New York airport with a first-class ticket paid for by VH1, however, after the airline switched planes she was told to rebook in standard class. It is reported that Uchitel attempted to book a last-minute flight to Las Vegas instead, but after that flight was cancelled she returned home to her Manhattan apartment.
The socialite was revealed as a 'Celebrity Rehab' cast member on last night's season premiere (1st December 2010). Under the stewardship of Dr DREW PINKSKY, she and other celebrities including Janice Dickinson, Jeremy London and Eric Roberts, will attempt to turn their lives around and overcome their addictions.
The all-new cast of CELEBRITY REHAB was revealed in the season four premiere last night (1st December 2010), and it features reality television stars, models, actors and actresses, reports the Associated Press. Under the stewardship of Dr Drew Pinsky, the celebrities will attempt to clean up their lives and overcome their addictions.
The first two episodes of the new series aired on VH1 yesterday, and questions as to who would feature in the much-anticipated season were finally answered. Joining DR DREW will be Jason Davis, most famous for his appearances on kids television show 'Recess', as well as Tiger Woods' mistress and New York socialite Rachel Uchitel. The model and actress Janice Dickinson will also be looking to beat her addiction, as will Jeremy London, the American actor best known for his recurring role on '7th Heaven'. FRANKIE LONS, Eric Roberts and the reality television star Jason Wahler make up the cast for the new season. Wahler rose to prominence as a regular on the reality show 'The Hills', however he was sentenced to three-years' probation in May after being found guilty of drink-driving.
Brett Favre, the Vikings quarterback currently at the centre of a scandal over X-rated photos, could pay the reporter JENN STERGER a financial settlement in order to keep quiet, according to the New York Daily News. Favre is currently under investigation by the NFL over allegations that he sent Sterger explicit phone messages whilst the 26-year-old worked as a pitch-side reporter.
However, attorney Gloria Allred told the Daily News that Sterger is under no obligation to speak to NFL investigators and could choose to agree a financial deal with the legendary sports star, she said, “Parties often agree to confidential settlements rather than have one party pursue litigation”. Allred represented Tiger Woods’ mistress Rachel Uchitel throughout the recent scandal concerning the golfer’s infidelities, and a settlement was reportedly reached on that occasion. Allred added that Sterger had “no legal duty to speak to the NFL”, before adding, "The only way you can compel somebody to answer questions is with a subpoena”
Favre, who has been married to his wife for 14 years, couldn’t help his team beat the New York Jets last night (11th October 2010), despite becoming the first NFL player to throw 500 touchdown passes. The Vikings lost the game 29-20.