Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tiger Woods Affair: Rachel Uchitel to Confess Wednesday

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THIS JUST IN! The first Tiger Girl aka Rachel Uchitel whom the Enquirer first revealed to the world as being romantically linked to Tiger Woods is now admitting to the affair after vociferously denying it.

The NY party girl's lawyer Gloria Allred has scheduled a press conference for Thursday, saying only in a press release that "at the news conference Ms. Allred will make a statement about Ms. Uchitel's relationship with Tiger Woods.

There's more at the Enquirer link above.

We'd say this hurts Rachel Uchitel's credibility to admit that she's been lying all this time.

But after the way the Enquirer's demolished her stories bit-by-bit--we really never thought she had any left.

NOW, is Rachel Uchitel finally telling the truth? This is a bit like confirming something that someone else has already admitted to: i.e., Tiger Woods' confession on his website earlier today.

Rachel joins Jaime Grubbs and Kalika Moquin as women who've confessed to having affairs with Tiger Woods.

AFTER the Enquirer and RadarOnline revealed that Tiger Woods paid for Rachel's ticket to come join him in Australia recently. One thing is for sure: Rachel's lawyer, Gloria Allred, had a fairly easy time of it.

She represents Rachel Uchitel for less than 48 hours and the mistress confesses, so there's not much story left.

Oh what a tangled web we weave.

** Tiger Woods Affairs: Affairs, Confessions, Transgressons and Kalika Moquin
** Tiger Woods Affairs: Tiger Woods Confesses to Affairs
** Tiger Woods Affairs: Woods Paid for Rachel Uchitel Australia Trip -UPDATED
* Tiger Woods Affair: Another Other Woman
* Tiger Woods Affair: Rachel Uchitel Exposed as Other Woman in Cheating Scandal
* BREAKING: Why Tiger Woods’ Wife Hit Him
* Tiger Woods: Affairs, Fights, SUV Crashes and Wife with a Golf Club -UPDATED

by Mondo Frazier
image: National Enquirer

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