Tiger Woods’ mistress Rachel Uchitel denies affair with married boyfriend as she claims he’s ‘been separated’

TIGER Woods’ former mistress Rachel Uchitel denied having an affair with her new married boyfriend, lawyer Ed Batts, and claimed he’s “been separated” from his wife for a while.

His wife of six years, Robyn, alleged he left her after beginning a relationship with Rachel, 45.

Rachel, who was brought into the spotlight after it was revealed she was having an affair with golfer Tiger Woods while he was married to Elin Nordegren, said things are different this time around.

The 45-year-old told Page Six that Robyn is just trying to “publicly humiliate” her estranged husband by claiming to the Daily Mail that he was cheating on her.

She added that Ed and his wife have “been separated from for quite awhile,” and Robyn is just trying to use her as a “target.”

Rachel, who shares a 7-year-old daughter with ex-husband Matt Hahn, continued: “It’s sad that the media has yet again taken a story out of context and are trying to paint me as a mistress, when that is not the case.”

Robyn told her side of the story to Daily Mail and said that her husband met Rachel online in November.

She claimed he left her and their kids a month later.

She alleged he shut down their shared bank account before hopping on a flight to go be with Rachel in Palm Beach, Florida.

The upset wife continued: “It’s such a huge betrayal. The kids are devastated. 

“They wanted him there at Christmas and he wasn’t there.”

Robyn added that her estranged husband even had his Porsche shipped down to Florida.

The back and forth comes after Rachel and Ed were caught kissing at the Denver airport last month while making their way back from romantic getaway in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

After a decade since her scandal with Tiger, Rachel had just opened up to Extra about her time being with a married man and said she felt "shame" over it.

She continued: “I made a mistake, and that's for me to deal with, right? And that's the shame that I'm going to deal with personally.

"But, you know, it's one thing to then go for a decade of people wanting to shame me, and I wanted to set the record straight on what happened."

The 45-year-old plans on telling more of her side of what happened in HBO's Tiger documentary that's airing on Sunday night.

Rachel added to the outlet: "I don't like to be branded as a mistress. I don't like to be branded as a homewrecker — that's not who I am.

"I'm a 45-year-old woman. I made one wrong turn 10 years ago … I didn't throw somebody down the stairs. I didn't kill someone. I made a mistake. Everybody makes mistakes."

In a HBO press release, it states that the Alaska native – who was the "woman at the centre of the sex scandal" that ended his marriage – will reveal all about their secret rendezvous.

As well as Rachel, Woods' first lover Dina Parr will also speak about her relationship with the 15-time Major winner.

The documentary showcases his downward spiral before eventually finding redemption after winning the Masters in 2019 – his first Major in 11 years.

Part one airs tonight on HBO.

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