Rachel Uchitel Threatens To Sue Over 9/11 Story

September 7, 2011 by Post Team 

Rachel Uchitel Threatens To Sue Over 9/11 StoryRachel Uchitel Threatens To Sue Over 9/11 Story, The struggle for stories about the 9 / 11 as the 10th anniversary approaches ugly seems to be changing, and in a strange twist of the most famous lovers of Tiger Woods “, Rachel Uchitel, is threatening to sue the New York Post a story that is quoted saying that “almost happy” her boyfriend died in the attacks and did not become a “fat housewife.”

Long before he achieved notoriety by connecting with the player wandering while working as a hostess in Las Vegas, Uchitel had a job at Bloomberg, and committed to the investment banker Andy O’Grady. His office was on the 104th floor of World Trade Center and was killed when the towers collapsed.

Following the tragedy of a photo Uchitel tearfully asking for information about missing her boyfriend appeared in newspapers around the world.

As part of its coverage of the 10th anniversary of the Post Page Six magazine Uchitel contacted to ask how he felt about the attacks today. What did and how they are presented has led to a huge row.

According to the report, said: “I think Andy was destined to die because he was too good … I’m almost happy it ended the way it did because I learned many lessons from him would have been tragic. If he got into fights and divorced – I’d be a fat housewife with three children in Sands Point, Long Island. ”

But she insists she has been misunderstood. And after seeing the article that led to Twitter to vent their frustration. “The NY Post article today is totally out of context and its horrible way means some media that you choose me, even in relation to 9 / 11…” journalists, “The New York Post is abusing the power that words have to mold and shape how readers perceive people. This must be stopped.”

In a later interview with the Hollywood Life magazine’s first host said: “I have loved being married to Andy and be a housewife with children of fat in Long Island … That would have been the best life.”

He added that what had happened as a result of the scandal Tiger Woods was nothing compared to the loss of her fiancĂ©. “The last two years of my life has been terrible,” he said. “But 10 years ago. It was the worst day of my life, nothing will be the same again.”

Now, according to the New York Daily News that she is planning to sue the Post. Uchitel, who now lives in San Francisco with her new boyfriend, told the Daily News that he had hired a lawyer and was waiting for an apology and retraction from the Post.

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