Cheating Website Offers David Boreanaz $250,000 For Endorsement
Bosses of a dating website specializing in extra-marital affairs have offered actor David Boreanaz a $250,000 deal to become the company's spokesperson.
The "Bones" star confessed he had cheated on his wife Jaime Bergman with Tiger Woods' alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel last year, and recently admitted the affair actually made his marriage better because the couple fought to save their relationship.
His admission has attracted the attention of bosses at AshleyMadison.com - an online dating service for people who are already in relationships.
They are now offering Boreanaz a big cash deal to become the celebrity face of the website.
CEO Noel Biderman tells E! Online, "People enter into affairs to save their marriage, and Mr. Boreanaz had the courage to admit that. The rest of the cheaters in Hollywood - there is no shortage on AshleyMadison, but we are not naming names - might also find this kind of confession liberating."
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