Rachel Uchitel divorce: Happy tweets to split in weeks
Rachel Uchitel's divorce news seems to have come out of left field! Weeks after heading to Maui with her hubby, interesting divorce documents have been filed.
Rachel Uchitel's divorce means the woman once known worldwide as Tiger Woods' mistress is soon to be a single lady once again.
In a surprise move, Matt Hahn filed for divorce Monday, citing "cruel and inhumane treatment," according to TMZ. The father of Uchitel's 1-year-old daughter alleges his wife slapped him after he repeatedly called her names.
The trouble all seems to have begun May 16, when Uchitel called 911 after the two engaged in a verbal argument, but though she requested police assistance she never followed through in pressing charges against her husband.
Curiously, however, all seemed to be perfectly fine in the days and weeks leading up to the police visit.
Shortly after sharing, "Headed To Maui for 8 days with @mattyhahn and family. Should be so fun!" on Twitter May 19, Rachel Uchitel added a photo of herself and a grinning husband captioned "Hawaii lovin."
Five days before that, the soon-to-be exes seemed even more in love, celebrating their daughter Wyatt Lily's first birthday.
Uchitel reminisced, "A year ago at this time we were checking into UCSF hospital because my water broke on the walk home from dinner at a Mexican restaurant."
On May 14, the proud mom wrote along with the photo seen above, "May 14 Family shot at Wyatt lily's birthday with @MattyHahn."
Should Uchitel and Hahn follow through with their divorce, it will be the second failed marriage for the TV correspondent, who has also been engaged two other times.
The 38-year-old's first fiancé, James Andrew O'Grady, was killed in the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Years later she had an infamous affair with golfer Tiger Woods and another with actor David Boreanaz.
In 2004, Uchitel married Wall Street trader and childhood friend Steven Ehrenkran, but their union lasted only four months. She and Hahn exchanged vows on Oct. 2, 2011. Her rep said of the divorce filing, "It is Ms. Uchitel's goal to resolve this action amicably, quickly and quietly and not in the media."
While her Twitter page remains visible to the public, Hahn's account appears to have been deleted.