The world’s most famous mistress is changing her story.
She is now alleging that text messages obtained by RadarOnline.com “were not taken out of context, these are not authentic text messages.”
It makes you wonder if Rachel Uchitel can get her story straight. RadarOnline.com first published the text messages Thursday between Rachel and married Bones star David Boreanaz, with whom she admits having an affair.
This is the same woman who was quoted as saying “I’ll never kiss and tell.”
The exclusive Blackberry Messenger messages portray a heated affair between the TV star and the woman who gained fame as Tiger Woods #1 mistress.
On Thursday, Rachel released this statement: “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."
Wait hold on—she said our text messages were “taken completely out of context or incomplete,” and now she’s saying on a live web cast “they were not taken out of context.” Well, Rachel, who should we believe? You on Thursday? Or You on Friday?
Remember this is the same Rachel Uchitel who continually denied her affair with Tiger Woods. On November 29, 2009, she told the New York Post of the Tiger Woods affair, “Not a word of it is true.”
She then stopped talking when she got $10 million from the Number 1 golfer in the world.
RadarOnline.com has verified the authenticity of the text messages and has learned that there are more available.
Below is an excerpt of one exchange:
In the message, Uchitel tells Boreanaz that she is unable to go see him in LA and urges him to come see her in NY instead, writing, "I need you here so we can be together."
Boreanaz tells her, "This is not a good time."
His wife Jamie was pregnant with the couple's second child at the time of his affair with Uchitel.
Uchitel erupts in anger and writes, “I can’t do this anymore…Just go.
“Just (bleeping) go and be with her.”
Which Rachel do you believe?