It’s not so much a tell-all as a Uchitel-all.
Page Six has learned that Rachel Uchitel – who has had several moments in the limelight, but is best known as Tiger Woods’ mistress – is shopping a tell-all book with maestro agent David Vigliano.
Vigliano has repped a breath-taking list of controversial stars including Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Mike Tyson, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Prince, Courtney Love, and even Pope John Paul II. He’s also got a reputation for snagging juicy advances for his clients.
Despite her story being well picked-over in the media, it’s safe to say Vigliano thinks Uchitel still has something pretty significant to say.
Sources tell us that the book will touch upon Uchitel’s whole life story, including the death of her fiancé in the 9/11 attacks. Her picture had appeared on the cover of the New York Post as “New York’s Tragic Face.”
The book will also give insight into her infamous affair with Woods, which was exposed in 2009 by the National Enquirer.
Uchitel – who was also involved in another entanglement with “Bones” actor David Boreanaz – spoke for the first time about her affair with the disgraced athlete in the 2021 HBO documentary “Tiger.”
The tell-all book is also likely to address her father’s death from a drug overdose when she was a child, as well as her own addiction issues, which she discussed to great lengths when she was on Season 4 of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.”
“Everyone thinks they know her story, but they really don’t,” our sources told us.
Uchitel and Vigliano declined to comment when approached by Page Six.
Before being known as Woods’ mistress, Uchitel was a news producer at Bloomberg soon after graduating from college.
She has since worked as a correspondent for “Extra,” opened a toy store and been a spokesperson for sugar daddy site Seeking Arrangements, all of which could be grist for the memoir mill.
She shares a daughter with former Penn State fullback, Matt Hahn.
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