Rachel Uchitel Divorces Matt HahnBy: Daryl Nelson - January 15, 2014
Rachel Uchitel, known for being one of Tiger Woods’ many mistresses, is officially divorced from former Penn State football player Matt Hahn.
The two got married in October of 2011, in a Las Vegas wedding chapel, two years after her affair with Woods became a huge story. According to Daily Mail, the couple has been in several heated squabbles over the past few years, and on May 16, of 2013 Uchitel called 911 to help get Hahn out of the house.
Her lawyers, from the lawfirm Aronson, Mayefsky & Sloan, said that the divorce was settled amicably and that Hahn withdrew his claim of being the victim of cruel and inhumane treatment.
“The judgement of the divorce came through Monday Jan. 13,” said the lawyers in a statement. “Rachel Uchitel and Matt Hahn are pleased to announce the amicable settlement of their divorce proceedings. Mr Han withdrew his claims against Ms. Uchitel and they will be divorced based on the irretrievable breakdown of their marriage. The parties look forward to raising a happy and healthy daughter in the spirit of mutual respect.”
Currently, Hahn works in fiance, while Uchitel has made a living as a club VIP host in New York and Las Vegas. She now works as a private investigator on the West Coast. She’s also made a TV appearance on the show “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.”
During the September 11 attacks, Uchitel became one of the many faces that symbolized a grieving nation when she was captured in a photo looking for her fiance, James Andrew O’Grady. Tragically, he was killed inside of the World Trade Center.
After her fiance’s passing, Uchitel said she had to do more than just move-on after grieving, she had to reinvent herself. “I went through hell. I fell to pieces,” she said. “When the one-year anniversary of 9/11 happened most of his friends had moved on. People we knew had married and were starting families. I felt robbed. I had to leave New York and move on with my life for my own sanity. I had to reinvent myself.”
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