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EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods Dissed Wife In Email To Mistress Rachel Uchitel

Dec. 10 2009, Published 10:35 a.m. ET

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His marriage is in tatters after numerous women have come out to reveal their sexual affairs and now Tiger Woods' nightmare is growing worse - the emails he tried to keep private are leaking into public.

Tiger's Team silenced Rachel Uchitel, his mistress of the past five months, partly because she has hundreds of text messages and emails from him detailing the seriousness of their relationship. As was first to report, Tiger paid for Rachel to meet him in Australia last month and was also going to hook up with her in Dubai.

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His messages to her not only prove their relationship, but has learned they also contain negative comments about his wife.

One of those emails to Rachel leaking into public this week says: "I finally found someone I connect with, someone I have never found like this. Not even at home. Why didn't we find each other years ago?"

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The golfing great's marriage to Elin is hanging by a thread, according to multiple sources, and when she finds out that he dissed her to one of his mistresses the situation is going to grow worse.

The National Enquirer broke the story of Tiger's affair with Uchitel and also revealed that she had hundreds of messages from him proving their relationship.

The new message will be made public this week and continues Tiger's troubles, which include Gatorade announcing Tuesday that it is dropping his sports drink.



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