Rachel Uchitel To Admit She's Tiger Woods' Jumpoff. (Nevermind. He May Have Just Bought Her Silence For $1 Million)
The folks over at TMZ are reporting that Rachel Uchitel (the one who was bragging to her friends that she was jumping off with Tiger, then, after lawyering up, recanted her story saying she's not a "celebrity fucker") is a liar.
According to TMZ, it was Rachel that caused the now infamous night clubbing.
"We've learned she has said she did indeed have an affair with the golfer. And, we're told it was her -- not Jaimee Grubbs -- who caused an argument between Tiger and his wife, Elin Nordegren, that immediately preceded Tiger's SUV crash," the Web site reports. "Sources say less than an hour before Tiger's accident, Rachel and Tiger were texting each other. Elin confronted Tiger and asked whom he was texting. She grabbed the phone and we're told she called Rachel to confront her. According to sources, Tiger and Elin began arguing and the phone broke in the process. We're also told there was damage as a result of the altercation in the vestibule area of Tiger's home -- damage that cannot be easily repaired, and that is why Tiger would not let police come in."
And remember Rachel's trip to Australia last month where she allegedly went to be with Tiger? Well, Radaronline says Tiger paid for Rachel's trip. They also say Rachel has saved hundred of messages from Tiger during their five-month affair.
Coincidentally, a scheduled press conference this afternoon with Rachel and her lawyer has been called off due to “unforeseen circumstances." During the press conference Rachel was expected to reveal that she was, in fact, one of Tiger's jumpoffs. Rumors are Tiger silenced her by writing her a HUGE check at the 11th hour.
Well, his wife Elin Nordegren got one to not divorce him, so why not the jumpoff.
Us Weekly is reporting that Elin signed a prenuptial agreement at the time of her marriage to Tiger worth a reported $300 million, topping the previous record for celebrity divorces held by Michael Jordan’s wife, Juanita, who received approximately $150 million!
And as for Kalika Moquin, the third woman linked to Tiger, she's not getting any money, as far as we know. Friends say she met Tiger while working as a bar hostess at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas in 2007 and they last saw each other in October when she visited the golfer in his suite at the MGM hotel.
Kalika's a career girl, so she's remaining mum.
"It is difficult for me because I now work as the marketing director for a high profile hotel in Las Vegas," she told the Sun newspaper. "I am not interested in fame and am very worried anything I might say could affect my career."
Her friends aren't keeping quiet, though.
One says: "They have definitely been hooking up for a while. It has been a very badly kept secret on the Vegas club scene, but everyone is talking about it now."
Kalika told Us Weekly the rumors are “completely untrue.”
The National Enquirer knew about Tiger's affair two years ago, but because a deal they cut with him, they didn't run the story.
According to the NY Post: "The National Enquirer caught Tiger Woods in a steamy extramarital affair two years ago, but killed the story in exchange for the golfer doing a rare cover-shoot for its sister mag -- despite Tiger's exclusive deal with a rival publication, a former editor told The Post. Woods' camp, fearful of a potential public-relations nightmare in spring 2007, allegedly agreed to do a cover for Men's Fitness -- a magazine owned by the Enquirer's parent company, American Media, former Men's Fitness editor-in-chief Neal Boulton said yesterday.
"[American Media CEO] David Pecker knew about Tiger Woods' infidelity a long time ago," Boulton told The Post. "[Pecker] traded silence for a Men's Fitness cover."
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