Yet another cheating scandal in Hollywood, David Boreanaz’s wife could sue the woman he had an affair with if she chose to do so.
The “Bones” star’s wife, Jaimie Bergman, lives in Utah - which is included in the states in the country that a spouse can sue for “alienation of affection,” which means she could file a lawsuit against the other woman if she believed she wanted to break up their marriage.
On Monday, Boreanaz said that he had been having an affair with an unnamed lady – with the confession coming after she contacted an attorney and threatened to go to the media with her story.
The mistress also asked for money to settle her claim from Boreanaz at the beginning of this year, where she demanded at least a million dollars.
"I was associated with a woman who I was involved with and had a relationship with," Boreanaz says. "She asked for money. I felt as though I was being blackmailed or there was some sort of extortion." He has had at least two affairs, one being Rachel Uchitel, who was also linked to Tiger Woods. Both Uchitel and Boreanaz's most recent mistress are being represented by Los attorney Gloria Allred, who puts blame on Boreanaz. Boreanaz now wants to put effort into putting his relationship back together with Bergman, who has been married to him for nine years.