After The New York Post printed a Page Six piece about TV correspondent and former nightclub manager Rachel Uchitel and the loss of her fiancé on 9/11, Uchitel revealed plans to sue the paper over the story, which she claims was taken out of context.
According to TMZ, Rachel Uchitel has met with lawyers and plans to sue Page Six and The New York Post, which ran a story that indicated Uchitel was happy that her fiancé died on 9/11.
As reported, the story claims that Rachel Uchitel said that the death of her fiancé was supposed to happen. “I believe Andy [my fiance] was meant to die because he was too good,” read the quote by Rachel Uchitel. “It would have been tragic if we got into fights and then divorced … I’m glad I didn’t get to see any flaws that time brings on everyone. I would [otherwise] be a fat housewife with three kids living in Sands Point, Long Island.”
Rachel Uchitel spoke with TMZ after the Page Six story ran in New York Tuesday morning and explained that her words were taken out of context. “I would have loved nothing more than to be Andy’s housewife,” said Uchitel, who added that the sentiment was also the focus of what she told Page Six.