Tiger Woods' ex-mistress, Rachel Uchitel, and hubby split
Tiger Woods' ex-mistress, Rachel Uchitel, and her husband, Matt Hahn, a former All Long Island high school football star, are divorcing.
Uchitel's spokesman, Howard Bragman, said in a statement that the San Francisco nightclub hostess and party planner "is ending her marriage of less than two years to insurance executive and former Penn State fullback Matt Hahn. It is Ms. Uchitel's goal to resolve this action amicably, quickly and quietly and not in the media. No further details of the action are being released at this time by Ms. Uchitel."
The two, who married in Las Vegas in October 2011, have a 1-year-old daughter, Wyatt Lilly. Hahn, 28, is asking for custody as well as child support and spousal support, according to documents obtained by TMZ.com.
Dix Hills native Hahn, who attended St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, was named to Newsday's All Long Island high school football team in both 2002 and 2003, and was a Catholic High School Football League player of the year. He led St. Anthony's to three consecutive CHSFL championships, compiling 3,920 career rushing yards.
This is a second divorce for Uchitel, 38, who married her private-school friend Steven Ehrenkranz in November 2004 after having lost her fiancee, investment banker Andy O'Grady, in the 9/11 World Trade Center attack. That marriage lasted four months. Uchitel made headlines in December 2009 when her affair with Woods became public.