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David Boreanaz' ho Rachel Uchitel had starring role in 9/11 Coverup
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 9:35 AM
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Uchitel: "Just (bleeping) go and be with her."
Boreanaz: "Why do u act like such a (bleeping) child!!! She is my wife."
Uchitel: "Oh, please!! ... You're such a liar. You're never leaving. You've wasted my time and I'm once again alone." She adds: "I can't (bleeping) be alone anymore. I've been alone my entire life."
Boreanaz: "What the HELL are you talking about. We spend more than enough time together."
In White Folks News: David “Angel” Boreanaz Says That “Boning” Rachel Uchitel Back In 2010 Saved His Marriage
David Boreanaz clearly believes in the power of positive thinking. The actor, who came clean about cheating on wife Jaime Bergman with Rachel Uchitel in May 2010, tells TV Week that his affair has been “a bonding experience, in the long run. In a sacred ground like marriage, you find yourself out of it at certain times for reasons unknown that can be destructive,” the 42-year-old actor explains.
“There could be a demon that kind of comes out and overtakes you.” In any relationship, there are “fantastic” moments and “extremely rocky” moments, Boreanaz adds.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 11:06 AM
Quote:"...Rachel Uchitel, grand-daughter of 1960s nightclub Impresario Maurice Uchitel..."
Suzan Lewis, Daughter of Entertainer Jerry Lewis, Goes Public with Her Life Story:
"As a child growing up in Manhattan, I lead a charmed life. My mother Lynn and my stepfather, Hy Uchitel, were quite well-to-do. They owned the Voisin Restaurant and El Morocco Night Club in New York City. My family also owned the Eden Rock Hotel in Miami Beach and the Place for Steak in North Dade, Florida. Hy and his brother Maurice Uchitel had many other enterprises, and it was rumored that they were connected with “the syndicate,” but they never spoke about that."
Rachel Uchitel: Mob Princess?
"...it seems that Maurice Uchitel was both friends and partners with some of the 20th century's great mobsters, and likely managed to avoid a contract hit that had been placed on his head, as well as his brother, Hy’s.
A lot of the Maurice Uchitel saga is a classic immigrant’s tale: Ukrainian refugee moves from manufacturing women’s shoulder pads to owning El Morocco in the late 1960s. From there, things get dicier.
Let’s start with business. Besides the hotel and club, Maurice invested in Scopitone, a video-jukebox technology that swept Europe in the 1960s. The Securities and Exchange Commission thought it was a Mob front. The main partner was Al Malnik, a Miami Beach-based attorney who had mobsters as clients and friends (Malnik has never been indicted or convicted of any crime, but after the death of Meyer Lansky, the Jewish godfather, Reader’s Digest dubbed Malnik his “heir apparent”). Minority investors included Abe Green, a New York City slot-machine baron with deep Mob ties (New Jersey’s Mafia chief, Gerardo Catena, was a principal in Green’s company); Irving Kaye, who was denied a Nevada gaming license because of possible Mob associations; Alfred Miniaci, a 30-year veteran of the coin-machine business, whose claim to fame was hosting the dinner for Frank Costello at which a hit man tried to kill the don; and, Aaron Weisberg, a Las Vegas investor who testified reluctantly in the tax-evasion case of notorious mobster Joseph (Doc) Stacher. It was veritable who’s who of Jewish wiseguys.
The SEC never proved its case. The only scalp they got was Vincent “Jimmy Blue Eyes” Alo, a Genovese crime captain and Lansky associate, who Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau called “one of the most significant organized-crime figures in the United States” and who the SEC was convinced was the real owner, along with New Jersey boss Cartena, of Scopitone. When Jimmy Blue Eyes conveniently forgot the details of how he worked out a deal to get Malnik to give more stock and ownership in Scopitone to Uchitel and the other partners, he was convicted of obstruction of justice and sentenced to five years.
Scopitone wasn’t Maurice Uchitel’s only questionable deal, but it was typical of most of them: shady partners, rumors of some Mob involvement, and often a business-ending lawsuit. The Uchitel brothers also ran the Place for Steak restaurant, a popular hangout for South Florida hoods and celebrities. Frank Sinatra was a regular and occasionally even took the mike to sing a song or two. Jerry Lewis held court at a large rear table that had his name emblazoned on a small metal plaque...
...The rumors spread beyond the family about the unsavory connections. The Uchitels were good friends, according to people I’ve interviewed in Miami, with Lansky, New York crime captain Frank Costello, and Sam Cohen, president of Las Vegas’ Flamingo Hotel during the 1960s. (Cohen would be convicted of illegal trading and tax evasion, and also was charged with skimming $30 million in profits from the Flamingo casino in Las Vegas in 1973...)"
Quote:Tiger Woods' mistress won't be living in the rough - she has reportedly shelled out $2 million for a Park Ave. pad.
Rachel Uchitel, said to have collected $10 million in hush money from the links legend, bought a luxury three-bedroom pad, TMZ.com reported.
Despite her notoriety as the "other woman," the tenants at the building offered no resistance, and Uchitel wrangled a "pretty sweet deal," the site said.
Uchitel, 35, a former nightclub hostess, did not return calls.
She recently returned to Manhattan from Losa Angles with Dr. Drew Pinksy of "Celebrity Rehab" to visit Ground Zero for the first time since an emotional breakdown over the loss of her banker fiancé on 9/11.
"(The show) has given me an opportunity to deal with some major trauma I've held on to for years," she told The News at the time.
Quote:"Uchitel, halfway through the 10-week course, has already studied asset recovery, criminal defense, family law, skip tracing and missing persons investigations, he said. "I have a feeling she's going to be specializing in missing persons," he said. "She really does have a strength there."
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 11:52 AM
Quote:Uchitel (born 1975) is a nightclub manager, who has managed the VIP section of "some of the most successful clubs in New York". In 2006, she was the VIP hostess at Tao. Uchitel spent five years after college as a news producer in New York for Bloomberg television. She held that job on September 11, 2001, when her fiance, investment banker James Andrew O'Grady, was killed in the September 11 attacks of the World Trade Center. A few days later, she appeared on the front page of the New York Post holding a picture of O'Grady. This picture was published worldwide. In 2004, she married Wall Street trader Steven Ehrenkranz. Their marriage lasted four months, and was the featured article of the Sunday New York Times Vows section. (Text: Wikipedia). (Photo: A. AP; B. New York Times; C. Ann Lawlor/BlackBook Magazine).
Quote:Tiger Woods’ alpha mistress, Rachel Uchitel, said the 9/11 death of her former fiance, investment banker James Andrew O’Grady, was meant to be. “I believe Andy was meant to die because he was too good,” she tells Page Six Magazine, in The Post on Thursday. “I’m almost happy it ended the way it did because I’ve learned so many lessons from him. It would have been tragic if we got into fights and then divorced.” Had O’Grady lived, Uchitel -- who went on to reportedly make $500,000 a year working as a VIP hostess at Tao Las Vegas and at New York’s The Griffin, where she met Woods -- believes her life would have been much different. “I would be a fat housewife with three kids in Sands Point, LI,” she tells the magazine. The toned and tanned Uchitel recently sold her Park Avenue apartment and plans to move to San Francisco with her boyfriend, Matt Hahn. The two are talking about children. “I never wanted them ... but I know how much I love my dogs, and I think I’d make a good mother to my own kids.”
Former Tiger Woods mistress Rachel Uchitel married her boyfriend in a secret ceremony in Nevada, according to a new report.
The entertainment website TMZ obtained documents from Clark County, Nev., showing that Uchitel and boyfriend Matt Hahn obtained a marriage license Sunday night and filed it the next morning.
Hahn, 26, is a San Francisco businessman and former Penn State football player. Uchitel launched her career as a private detective in March.
The couple have reportedly been living together in San Francisco for several months.
Uchitel, 36, was the first of Woods' mistresses to expose his numerous affairs in 2009, leading to his divorce from wife Elin Nordegren in August 2010.
She first rose to fame in the days after Sept. 11, 2001, when the New York Post published a front-page picture of her crying as she searched for her fiance, investment banker James Andrew O'Grady, in the rubble of the World Trade Center. O'Grady did not survive.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 9:41 PM
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