A new Tiger Woods' mistress has hired high-powered lawyer Gloria Allred, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
When contacted by RadarOnline.com Allred confirmed that she is representing not only this new woman, but also "a number of women" in regards to Tiger Woods. She would not elaborate if the other women's names have already become public, but RadarOnline.com has confirmed with sources that the new woman has not come forward previously and just recently retained Allred's services.
Allred already represents Rachel Uchitel, the first woman publicly identified as the golfer's mistress.
Sources tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that the new woman has had a multi-year affair with Woods, is in her 40s, but looks much younger and is extremely attractive.
Sources tell RadarOnline.com that this woman has not been identified publicly previously and no part of her story has been published.
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It's more bad news for Tiger, especially with Allred involved. Sources tell RadarOnline.com that Allred negotiated a seven-figure payday for Uchitel, whose affair with Tiger during the past five months was first exposed by the National Enquirer and Star magazine.
Uchitel first denied the affair vehemently, but the Enquirer caught her in a series of lies and contradictions. When she hired Allred she stopped talking publicly and Allred scheduled a press conference and then abruptly cancelled it. Sources told RadarOnline.com that Tiger was desperate to keep Uchitel quiet because she has hundred of text messages and emails detailing their affair.
The new woman brings the total of Tiger mistresses to an astounding 13.