Uchitel won't be holding back either, writing her version of what went down all those years ago between her and Tiger. The cheating scandal made headlines in 2009 after the athlete's shocking car crash. When Uchitel's identity was discovered, her face was plastered in every magazine worldwide.
Uchitel will open up about her fiancé's death in the 9/11 attacks, her father's fatal overdose, and her own struggles with addiction — a topic that she discussed on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.
“Everyone thinks they know her story, but they really don’t,” a source told Page Six, teasing the tell-all.
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According to Uchitel, she signed a 30-page document in 2009, agreeing not to "directly or indirectly, verbally or otherwise" talk about Tiger's "lifestyle, proclivities, customs, private conduct, fitness, habits, sexual matters, familial matters" with anyone, "including but not limited to, family members, relatives, acquaintances, friends, associates, co-workers, journalists."
Uchitel said in exchange for her silence, she got $5 million and was promised an additional $1 million a year for the three years that followed. But after paying taxes and giving Allred her cut from the deal, Uchitel claimed she was only left with $2 million.
As for the additional $3 million she was allegedly promised, Uchitel said her former lover never paid up.
Uchitel shocked everyone when she sat down with HBO for the documentary, Tiger, opening up about their sexual affair. Her finances took a serious hit after that surprising interview.
Following the HBO documentary, Uchitel filed for bankruptcy.