Tiger Woods former mistress Rachel Uchitel is back in the news claiming Tiger’s lawyers are suing her for $8 million for breaking her non-disclosure agreement.
According to Awesemo Sideaction, Uchitel recently talked about the affair, breaking the NDA which banned her from “directly or indirectly, verbally or otherwise” discussing the golfer’s “lifestyle, proclivities, customs, private conduct, fitness, habits, sexual matters, familial matters,” among other topics, with anyone”.
“His lawyers are saying, ‘We want all your text messages and here’s the price,’ and you’re like ‘Screw you’ and you move into deal-maker mode and all of a sudden, it’s the rest of your life,” Uchitel told The Times.
Utichel adds that she is done with NDA’s and now is the time to take the narrative back from a story she couldn’t even speak on.
“I’ve had it with N.D.A.s, she said, ten years later, people were still talking about me as a player in a story I had never talked about. I felt like it was time to take the reins”.
It seems like instead of taking the money, Uchitel decided to spill the beans which led her to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and was granted protection from creditors early this year. That hasn’t stopped Wood’s lawyers from pursuing the case.
“If you get a job, I’ll come after your wages. If you get married, I’ll go after your joint bank account. I will come after you for the rest of your life,’” she said the lawyer told her.
Hopefully, this can be a lesson to women who have affairs with famous athletes or entertainers to abide by an NDA or just avoid being involved with the man altogether. She knew what she was getting herself into and personally, no one should feel sorry for her circumstances.
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