David Boreanaz: "Having An Affair Strengthened My Marriage"

David Boreanaz & Jaime Bergman

Yes, you read that right. The actor claims that cheating on his wife actually helped their marriage.

Most people would agree that cheating on your spouse is a bad thing to do, but leave it to Bones actor David Boreanaz to make it sound like the Hollywood solution to a stale marriage.

If you remember, the 42-year-old actor was busted in 2010 for cheating on his wife of 10 years, Jaime Bergman, with notorious celebrity mistress Rachel Uchitel (who was also Tiger Woods' number one extra-marital lover, and just got hitched herself). Rachel Uchitel Ties The Knot: Is She Addicted To Love?

However, while Tiger's marriage went down like a sinking ship after his affairs were revealed, in a recent interview with TV Week via US Weekly, David now claims that his affair was a "a bonding experience, in the long run" for him and his wife, who have two children together, a nine-year-old son named Jaden and a 2-year-old daughter, Bella. David Boreanaz Cheated On His Wife

"In a sacred ground like marriage, you find yourself out of it at certain times for reasons unknown that can be destructive," the actor said in a seemingly philisophical moment of reflection. "There could be a demon that kind of comes out and overtakes you."

Really, David? Unless that "monster" you are referring to is the one in your pants, we aren't buying the whole "infidelity can be a good thing for a relationship" spin you're trying to sell. Rachel Uchitel Says She Dumped David Boreanaz

CelebLovers, could cheating on your partner ever be beneficial for a marriage?

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