Tiger Woods alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel is going to be starring in a docu-series based on her life, RadarOnline.com has learned. Atlas Media Corporation made the announcement Tuesday.
The reality show will focus on Uchitel embarking her new career as a private investigator, after graduating with honors from a training program, as well as her newest personal and business relationships.
“I look forward to working with the amazing team at Atlas Media to develop a smart docu-series that will showcase the exciting world of private investigators – a world that has been my primary focus for some time now," Rachel said in a statement.
“Rachel is smart, engaging, and has a unique and colorful background,” Bruce Klein, President of Atlas Media told RadarOnline.com. “But – surprise – she has a serious talent for private investigation, and is handling real-life cases as we speak."
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The series is being pitched to networks beginning on May 19th, 2011, and doesn't yet have a title.