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EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods Paid For Scandal Girl's Trip To Meet Him In Australia

Dec. 2 2009, Published 5:00 a.m. ET

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Tiger Woods booked and paid for Rachel Uchitel's travel to meet him in Australia in November, has learned exclusively.

Rachel has been linked to Tiger in a cheating scandal and although she has denied a romantic relationship with the golfing great, the evidence is mounting.

And now has discovered the smoking gun - Tiger's organization booked and paid for Rachel's trip, and that's how the two ended up in Australia at the same time last month.

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Tiger's problems are growing daily. His early-morning car crash into a tree November 27 came after the National Enquirer linked him to Rachel in a cheating scandal. And now Us Weekly has backed up the Enquirer's report and produced Jaimee Grubbs, who said she had an on-and-off affair with Tiger for the past several years.

A investigation has uncovered that Rachel's trip was booked and paid for by Tiger's organization. And while she has said that the fact she was in Australia at the same time as Tiger was mere coincidence, the new evidence uncovered by backs up the charges of multiple sources that Rachel was romantically involved with Tiger.

Rachel Uchitel

She was spotted in his hotel in Australia and getting off the elevator onto the floor where he had a private suite. She has dismissed this until now - but that was before uncovered that her travel was paid for by Tiger.

VIDEO:  FHP Will Charge Tiger With Careless Driving has also learned that several other women has told various media outlets they have had romantic relationships with the married 33-year-old golfer. Some of the women have voice mails and other documented proof.

A cast mate of Jaimee Grubbs' from the VH-1 reality show Tool Academy told that Grubbs bragged about her affair with Tiger. "We all knew about Jaimee's affair with Tiger Woods because she told us," Alda Menaska told in an exclusive interview.

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