Rachel Uchitel, the woman that was at the center of the Tiger Woods cheating scandal, has split from her husband of less than two years.
Matt Hahn has cited “cruel and inhumane treatment” in the divorce papers he filed yesterday. Hahn also wants custody of their 1-year-old daughter along with child support and spousal support. This is going to get nasty!
Rachel Uchitel’s handsome husband Matt Hahn decided to end their marriage after the 38-year-old called 911 on him during an argument.
Rachel called NYC police on May 16 after a bad argument, asking for help in getting her 28-year-old husband out of the house.
The former Penn State football player said Rachel Uchitel slapped him after he called her names.
Hahn is asking for custody of their 1-year-old as well as child support and spousal support.
Hahn states in his divorce filing he wants the divorce on grounds of “cruel and inhuman treatment … such that the conduct of the defendant [Rachel] so endangers the physical or mental well being of the plaintiff as renders it unsafe or improper for the plaintiff to cohabit with the defendant.”
Uchitel and Hahn were married at Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas in October of 2011. The couple welcomed their daughter Wyatt in May 2012.
Rachel’s rep Howard Bragman issued a statement saying, “Rachel Uchitel is ending her marriage of less than two years to insurance executive and former Penn State fullback Matt Hahn.”
He adds,”It is Ms. Uchitel’s goal to resolve this action amicably, quickly and quietly and not in the media.”
Rachel Uchitel’s affair with Tiger Woods was the kick-start to the cheating scandal in 2009 that destroyed the marriage of the pro golfer and Elin Nordegren.
Rachel was involved in a cheating scandal again in 2011 when it was revealed she slept with “Bones” star David Boreanaz while his wife Jaime Bergman was pregnant with their second child.
Uchitel was previously engaged to investment banker James Andrew O’Grady, who was killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center.
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