WHAT'S HOT?

David Boreanaz in 'Sincere Pain' After Admitting Infidelity

May 06, 2010 09:46:14 GMT

The writer of his TV show 'Bones' reveals the actor is heartbroken by the scandal and thanking fans for their support.


David Boreanaz
See larger image
Photo credit: Nikki Nelson/WENN

Shamed actor David Boreanaz has reached out to his fans to express his "sincere pain" and thanks for their support, following his infidelity confession. Earlier this week, the former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star admitted to cheating on his wife of nine years, Jaime Bergman, after an anonymous mistress threatened to sell her story to the media.

His ex-lover has since hired celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred to represent her and negotiate a deal to sell her tale to the tabloids. And Boreanaz, who is undergoing counseling with his wife to repair their marriage, is heartbroken and struggling to cope with the scandal, according to Hart Hanson, the creator/writer of the star's hit show "Bones".

In a post on his Twitter page, Hanson writes, "David Boreanaz has asked me to express to fans his sincere pain, thanks for support, and determination that his family will 'get thru (through) this'."


 




Post Your Comments

posted by nursey on May 21, 2010
well everyone makes mistakes lets hope david and his family can work towards a better future whether it be together or apart
posted by ozymandias rising on May 07, 2010
I think anyone who chooses this pathway to financially use an adulterous affair is pond scum. That being said, perhaps if enough pond scum does this, more people in supposed committed relationships will decide to remain faithful...if you are not happy in a relationship, terminate it and then do what you want! I am disappointed in David Boreanaz and his all too familiar story. He owes his wife big time.
posted by reckless peaches on May 06, 2010
what a selfish, self-centered egomaniac! HE'S in pain??? What about his wife that he cheated on and lied to and humiliated?

Screen Name
Please Enter   
Comment
 
 
 
RSS
FB
Twitter