Tiger Woods’ alleged mistress vehemently denies accusations

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In an interview published in the New York Post, Tiger Woods’ alleged mistress vehemently denied ever having a relationship with the golfer.

Rachel Uchitel, who was accused of having an affair with Woods in an article published in the National Enquirer last week, said the false accusations stem from two chance meetings she had with Woods. She also described her stay at an Australian hotel where Woods was staying at the same time as a coincidence.

Uchitel said she first met Woods through a mutual friend at a bar, but did not talk to him. She said she met him a second time while working as a club hostess in New York City. Uchitel denied having contact with Woods recently at a hotel in Melbourne.


‘Tiger and I are not friends,’ Uchitel told the Post. ‘The whole thing is a lie.’

-- Austin Knoblauch