Tiger Woods' 'mistress' Rachel Uchitel says she's writing a tell-all book after breaking silence on 'affair' in new doc

TIGER Woods' "mistress" Rachel Uchitel revealed she's writing a tell-all book after breaking her silence on their "affair" in new documentary.

Rachel has been pegged as a "homewrecker" following her affair with the pro-golfer ten years ago.

In the most recent episode of Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald, Rachel opened up about her upcoming plans now that she's done filming the HBO documentary about Tiger Woods, Tiger.

She told the White Chicks actress: "I started to write a book about my relationships and I actually found some interesting – a lot of people came to me after I did your sow and said 'I really hope you write a book because just that Tiger thing is the least interesting about you, I find you so interesting.'

She continued: "And I decided to really start working on a book on the relationships I've had and found that they are all weaved together by one common bond and that was that I was drawn to them by an addiction to love which i really found out through my stint at Celebrity Rehab."

Rachel has previously opened up about her addiction to love as she told Us Weekly yesterday: "I will say that that is a very real thing that I think people don’t have awareness about.

"It’s where people mistake intensity for love and people sort of look to someone else to gain credibility for not feeling credible inside.

“Something about myself, which I hope people can understand is that when somebody of a high caliber looks at you and as everyone else wants to know that person, and that [person] only wants you, that’s the ultimate kind of credibility for yourself … And how do you say no to that?”

The nightclub manager revealed she got "wrapped up" in all the attention she received from Tiger – and that she "suffered from low self-esteem" due to past "trauma."

Rachel, 45, would end up on Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew in 2010 – this is where she claimed she first learned there may be an issue.

She recalled: “He said, ‘You are a love addict.’ And I was like, ‘That is a joke.’ I’m not going to go into rehab with people that have real addictions, like heroin and alcoholism or whatever, and say that I’m a love addict.

“And he was like, ‘Come on my show, you have a problem,’ and I did it. … This was a reality show where cameras followed you, but this was rehab. And … it was brought into the light for me, what love addiction was, and that I really suffered from it.”

Even years later Rachel is still fighting her addiction, as she told the outlet: “It’s been really hard for me and my present relationships. I have to watch myself very closely because as a recovering addict.

"I have to constantly watch who I’m getting into relationships with, hence why I’m not married. I keep falling into traps of, you know, either [relationships] that are just maybe [the] wrong timing or people that are not the right people for me at the, at the right time."

Rachel was arguably the face of Tiger's 2009 cheating scandal – at the time of the chaos, Tiger was married to Elin Nordegren, and they shared two kids, Sam and Charlie.

Rachel recently revealed that during their affair, he would say that "you were the only one I ever love" and would call their sessions "plugging in" as he often felt "recharged" after spending time with her.

While Tiger, 45, and Elin would split in 2010 – in a reported $100m divorce – the golfer's career also took a massive hit.

Rachel previously told Billy Bush on Extra: "The whole thing has made my life a living hell for the last 10 years…

"…I was not a mistress, and I was in a real relationship, and I want people to leave me alone about it. I made a bad decision. And I regret it, and I'm embarrassed about it."

She added: "My apology is to two people, not the world, two people.”

Elin, 41, would go on to marry former NFL player Jordan Cameron in 2019 – they share one son, Arthur.

Meanwhile, Tiger is currently dating Erica Herman.

Rachel has also been able to move on as she's currently dating Ed Batts, who is separated from his ex-wife, Robyn.

Robyn recently claimed they ended their relationship after Rachel and Ed met online, but the 45-year-old quickly hit back and 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.”

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.

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