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Special Agent Booth Cheated On Pregnant Wife!?

david-boreanaz-son1Blind Item: Which member of the Bones cast was texting his mistress from the delivery room while his wife was giving birth? Well, according to Star Magazine, David Boreanaz was the guilty party, giving minute-by-minute updates to his alleged girlfriend, Rachel Uchitel, while his wife was in labor with their new daughter Bardot.

Keep in mind, this is the same Star Magazine that’s running a cover story about the Joel Madden and Nicole Richie wedding that never happened. Let’s just say there’s a chance that their story’s a bit off.

Still, they do have a photo that supposedly confirms David’s affair with the NYC events planner, along with a few racy quotes from one of their trademark unnamed source. From Star‘s source:

“He was attracted to Rachel and asked her for her number,” says an insider. “She gave him her card, and he texted her that night to have a drink with him. She went, and they had a major connection.”

During their relationship, which Rachel ended two weeks after Bardot’s birth, David and Rachel saw each other once a month in NYC or L.A., and spoke on the phone or via text message up to 50 times a day! Even though their romance was long-distance, when together, the chemistry was electric. “David would walk in the door, and they’d have sex right away,” reveals the insider. “He told her, ‘Every time I have sex with you is like the first time….”

I call BS on that quote, Boreanaz might be a total dork in real life, but would he really bust out that cornball line? It’s lifted straight out of a Foreigner song, for God’s sake! Who does that? It gets better:

The final straw for Rachel came when David was in the delivery room with Jaime for their daughter’s birth on Aug. 31. “He was on the phone with Rachel, giving updates,” says the insider. “That grossed her out, because she felt that should have been private.”

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