Yesterday, RadarOnline published text messages that they confirmed were sent between David Boreanaz and Rachel Uchitel, which painted Rachel as the needy, jealous mistress and David as a lying scumbag. Sounds about right. At the time they went public, Rachel's lawyer, Gloria Allred, made the official statement that "they are not authentic and that someone is deliberately trying to portray her [Rachel] in a false light." 4 Ways Text Messaging Changed Dating
However, Rachel's tune changed a little later when she couldn't decide if the texts were "not authentic" or (the old standby) "taken out of context." Basically, Rachel really really wants us to know that she was the winner in this relationship:
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First of all I want to make it clear that he pursued me. Second, the authentic texts which I have reveal that David Boreanaz repeatedly expressed his deep love and affection towards me. Third, I broke off the relationship because I no longer respected or trusted him. Finally, I am deeply hurt and offended that anyone would think that I wanted to break up his family. Nothing could be further from the truth. [Source: RadarOnline]
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And not only does Rachel have texts to prove David's love, she apparently has a video made by the Bones star, in which he said he would "love her forever." Man, these celebrity cheaters get dumber and dumber. Don't be surprised if it's revealed that Matt Lauer hired a skywriter to profess his love for Meredith Viera. Did Matt Lauer Leave His Wife For Meredith Vieira?
Gloria has issued a new statement, stating that Rachel "understood that [David] was unhappy in his marriage and had been for some time and she had reason to believe that he intended to separate from his wife. He continually asked Ms. Uchitel to be patient and to wait for him."