Tuesday, December 1, 2015

David Boreanaz: My affair made my marriage stronger

'Bones' star says infidelity has strengthened his relationship with his wife

David Boreanaz: My affair made my marriage stronger

Bonded by infidelity
Bonded by infidelity

 David Boreanaz, the star of Fox’s Bones, who confessed to cheating on his one-time Playboy playmate wife last year, now says the affair was “a bonding experience, in the long run.”

The son of 6ABC’s longtime weatherman David Roberts, Boreanaz told TVWeek: “In a sacred ground like marriage, you find yourself out of it at certain times for reasons unknown that can be destructive. There could be a demon that kind of comes out and overtakes you."

As the troubled title character in the supernatural series, Angel, he would probably know.

The actor first admitted to cheating on his wife, centerfold Jaime Bergman, after the woman he slept with attempted to extort him. Rachel Uchitel, famous for her involvement with Tiger Woods, later claimed she was Boreanaz’s paramour. Busy lady.

Bergman and Boreanaz have two chidren, Jaden 9 and Bella 2.

"Do I believe in giving up?" the Malvern Prep grad said. "No, I don't. I'm a fighter. I'm a lover."

And some people call him Maurice.

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