Despite rumors that David Boreanaz and Rachel Uchitel had an extramarital relationship — and the fact that she has the same lawyer, Gloria Allred, as the "Bones" star's unnamed mistress — Allred says Uchitel is not the woman Boreanaz confessed to having an affair with on Monday. And in a statement to the New York Daily News, Allred said she only called Boreanaz's lawyer, Marty Singer, to talk to him, not looking for money.
"We discussed the possible resolution of my client's legal claims against Mr. Boreanaz by mediation," Allred said in the statement. "My client has not told her story to the press, but now that Mr. Boreanaz is attacking her, she has decided to tell the story of their relationship so that the truth will come out."
Although Allred wouldn't confirm the woman's identity, she did say, "Neither Rachel Uchitel, nor I as her attorney, have made any claims against David Boreanaz, nor does she have any intention of doing so." Uchitel's name has been in the news over the past few months because of her alleged affair with Tiger Woods.
The woman that had the affair with Boreanaz reportedly got upset with the actor after he told her they were "exclusive," even though he is married to Jaime Bergman. Singer claimed that the woman left a "threatening" voice mail for Boreanaz.
TMZ reports that despite the affair, Boreanaz's relationship with his wife is now "stable." The couple have no plans to divorce, and they were spotted in Los Angeles on Tuesday (May 4) shortly after the news broke. Reportedly, Bergman was the one who convinced her husband to go public with the infidelity.