Following the release of Rachel Uchitel and David Boreanaz's alleged text messages on Thursday, Tiger Woods' alleged former mistress says the texts in question are "not authentic" and she goes on to claim she did have a relationship with the "Bones" star and that he pursued her and loved her.
"I did not intend to make any statements about David Boreanaz and our relationship. However, given the fact that texts were published this morning over my objection that were not authentic, taken completely out of context or incomplete, I feel compelled to address the false picture that has been portrayed," Uchitel said in a statement to Access Hollywood. "For reasons unknown to me I believe that someone is deliberately trying to portray me in a false light. These texts should not have been published. I am in possession of many authentic text messages between David and myself which portray a completely different picture than the one based upon the texts that have been published today."
On Thursday, Radar Online published a series of alleged text messages that they claim were exchanged between Uchitel and Boreanaz.
"You're such a liar.You're never leaving. You've wasted my time and I'm once again alone," Uchitel allegedly said in a text to the actor, adding, ""I can't (bleeping) be alone anymore. I've been alone my entire life."
Boreanaz allegedly replied, writing, "What the HELL are you talking about. We spend more than enough time together."
In her statement to Access, Uchitel goes on to claim that Boreanaz loved her and that she ended the relationship with him.
"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," she continued in her statement. "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."
Uchitel's lawyer, Gloria Allred, also released a statement on Thursday, saying, "Rachel Uchitel had a romantic relationship with David Boreanaz. She understood that he 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."
"Some of the reasons that she believed him include that he spoke to Ms. Uchitel on the telephone and through text messages from morning until night on a regular basis. He treated her as his girlfriend and also took her out in public. He called her between takes when he was taping his television show and put her on the telephone with his friends and his son," Allred's statement continued. "He even stayed with Ms. Uchitel when he came to New York for press tours. He gave her a silver key on a chain to symbolize "the key to their hearts." He also sent her a video of himself telling her how much he loved her, that he loved her then and that he would love her forever. She has kept the video. Their relationship ended because Ms. Uchitel decided to break it off. She felt that he had not been completely truthful with her and she no longer trusted him."
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Boreanaz publicly admitted to having cheated on his wife, Jaime Bergman, and claimed a woman, whom he would not name, contacted his attorney, Marty Singer, and asked for money. Boreanaz has not named Uchitel as the woman he claims was blackmailing him or acknowledged having a relationship with Uchitel.
When contacted by Access Hollywood, reps for Boreanaz were not immediately available for comment.
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