NEW YORK, NY – Celebrities are dropping like flies as another has come forward and admitted to cheating on their spouse!
Another seemingly perfect marriage is now on life support. “Bones” star David Boreanaz has come forward and admitted to cheating on his wife of eight years, Jaime Bergman.
“Our marriage has been tainted with my infidelities,” Boreanaz told People.com. “I just want to be open and honest. I was irresponsible.”
“I was associated with a woman who I was involved with and had a relationship with,” the actor continues. “She asked for money. I felt as though I was being blackmailed or there was some sort of extortion.”
So the truth does come out. It seems as though the actor’s honesty is more a matter of blackmail than his own conscious getting the best of him. It would be interesting to see if Boreanaz would have come forward if his alleged mistress wasn’t demanding money or threatening to go public.
According to TMZ Gloria Allred, rep to the unidentified mistress, had demanded that Boreanaz cough up six figures or his infidelities would be exposed. Boreanaz decided to bypass the blackmail and went public, effectively ending his payments to his mistress and focusing on “working” on his tainted marriage.

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  1. Did you mean to 'nip in the bud'? Not to mention "According to TMZ Gloria Allred, rep to his mistress, demanded that Boreanaz cough up six figures" ; a prase that makes no sense. Is Gloria Allred the rep of Boreanaz's mistress? Or is it just the grammar of this article to be atrocious? I'll go for option 2.
    Fact is you're right on the concept; infidelities are surfacing everywhere like mushrooms.. Then again; people who become famous tend to lose sight of what's decent. They are not held accountable for so many things we are, that they don't even notice when they stray. Still; hopefully they'll save their marriage and this will teach him a lesson.

  2. looks like david is human like the rest of us… hope his wife is understanding and they can save their marriage, and that this experience will help him learn to appreciate what he has and not repeat the same mistakes ever again.

    • Well, considering David's been cheating on Jaime the majority of their marriage and she knew his history with infidelity (he cheated on his first wife too) when she married him, I doubt he's EVER going to change. He WILL do it again and again and again and again….

  3. It's a tough one, we are born, and are faced with all of these boxes, in which we're supposed to fit in, just like every body else. We're told that we will eventually have to find someone, and that the next step should be marrying them, and then eventually have kids, and whatnot, when facts are, genetics tells us that we were not built to be monogamous anyway!! It's the eternal struggle!! Our present society has been built to contradict genetics, our very quintessential mechanics, so cheating doesn't make us neither bad nor good, it's simply the eternal struggle!
    He looks like a nice cool guy David B., and depending on how much his wife might love I think that she should def. make an effort to put it all behind.. it's just the eternal struggle, and it's common to both males and females. And this comes from a female.

  4. It is a really tough one though, because culturally we are formatted to ache when and if our partner chooses another sex mate to share his time with! And culture does end up by affecting biology… ask medical anthropology! Yep… tough one indeed. The man I love is far away, and the distance has made me realize what really is important about us two, that soul mate sort of connection we have! And any sex that I might have, or that he might be having right now with someone else falls insignificant compared to that! It would obviously be different if we were to actually be together though, and because well, lets face it… I'm both the social scientist and the object of study! lol


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