Rachel Uchitel Married

Uchitel took to Twitter to post a picture of them together with the post, “He’s the best thing that’s happened to me in a s long as I can remember.”


Uchitel took to Twitter and posted this picture with Hahn back in March.“He’s the best thing that’s happened to me in a s long as I can remember,” she tweeted.

Tiger Woods’ mistress now has a hubby of her own.

Rachel Uchitel married California businessman, Matt Hahn at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas on Sunday, October 1.

“We are really happy and feel extremely fortunate to have one another,” she reportedly said in a statement.

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Uchitel and Hahn, who’s ten years her junior, reportedly married in front of 12 friends. According to Ace Show Biz, the couple got the marriage license Sunday night and filed it with the court in Clark County, Nevada the next day at 8:58 a.m.

It’s not clear when the two officially started dating and if they ever got engaged but according to The Hollywood Gossip, Uchitel has been living with Matt Hahn, a Penn State football player turned San Francisco businessman for the past few months.

This won’t be the first time for Uchitel. She married in 2004, to childhood friend Steven Ehrenkranz but the union only lasted a few months. She was engaged twice, her first fiance died in the September 11 attacks.

She first made headlines following the September 11 attacks when the New York Post featured an image of Uchitel holding a picture of her missing fiance, investment banker, James O’Grady.

Uchitel was in the spotlight again in 2009, when The National Enquirer published a story linking her to married golfer, Tiger Woods—She was the first mistress revealed publicly. She initially denied the affair.

She has also been linked to married actor David Boreanaz, after The Huffington Post, reportedly released text messages alleging the two had an affair. She later appeared on “TMZ Live” and denied the text messages were true but admitted to the affair with Boreanaz.

Later in 2010, she made her television debut. She appeared on “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew,” which depicted her struggle with addition—She was reportedly paid $500,000 to appear on the show.