Tiger Woods’ Former Mistress Rachel Uchitel To Speak Out On Cheating Scandal In Explosive HBO Documentary

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Tiger Woods former mistress Rachel Uchitel is going to tell all about their relationship in the two-part HBO documentary “Tiger” which is set air in December.

In HBO’s press release for the doc it reveals that Uchitel, who is described as the “woman at the center of the sex scandal”, will speak publicly about her affair with the legendary golfer for the first time.

Using Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian’s best-selling book Tiger Woods as a resource, the two-part series is driven by never-before-seen footage and revealing interviews with those who know Tiger best, including his former caddy and close friend, Steve Williams; golf legend and six-time major champion Sir Nick Faldo; Earl Woods’ friend and biographer, Pete McDaniel; Tiger’s first true love, Dina Parr; as well as Rachel Uchitel, the woman at the center of the sex scandal that forever altered Tiger’s world, breaking her silence for the first time.

In a recent podcast appearance on the Juicy Scoop, Uchitel explains why she’s finally speaking out 10 years after her affair with Tiger.

Via Sun.UK


There are people that go through scandals like that, that are able to sort of slip out of it, and it’s harder for a woman I think. And I deserve my own stand-up-and share-moment.

“Tiger gets to win awards or win his different tournaments. He gets to come out of things and have mishaps, and get up again, and people want to cheer for him.

“But the women don’t get that so much, not just with him but with any scandal, and that’s not really fair. And I just felt like I needed to be able to have a voice finally.

“Because it’s been a really hard 10 years of having to just sit there and let people, in the absence of truth, let people say things about me and also just let people talk about me like they know me because they don’t.

“And that’s a really hurtful way to live. It hasn’t been easy, ya know. So I decided to speak.”

“Tiger” is set to be released in January 2021 exclusively on HBO and HBO Max.