Tiger Woods' Mistress Rachel Uchitel Returns $10 Million Settlement

July 18, 2011 By:
Tiger Woods' Mistress Rachel Uchitel Returns $10 Million Settlement

Ever have a sexual encounter you ended up regretting? Prepare to be trumped.

One of Tiger Woods’ mistresses, Rachel Uchitel, is suing lawyer Gloria Allred after Allred struck a deal to make Rachel return the $10 million settlement she received from Woods.

Gloria Allred previously negotiated a $10 million settlement for Rachel before Rachel was about to hold a tell-all press conference about Tiger. The settlement also included a confidentiality agreement that prohibited Rachel from talking about Tiger publically, and if Rachel violated the agreement, she would have to return the money, and Tiger could sue her for damages.

For ten million bucks, you know Tiger has to have some seriously f-cked up skeletons he doesn’t want out of the closet.

According to TMZ, shortly after the settlement, Tiger’s lawyer, Jay Lavely, planned to go after Uchitel because they considered her speaking with TMZ and going on Celebrity Rehab to discuss her “love addiction” as a violation of the confidentiality agreement.

In response, Gloria made a deal with Lavely that included Uchitel returning the original $10 million. She went along with it, but now Rachel believes Gloria screwed her (haha) over by striking the deal to get paid in lawyer’s fees. Rachel has now hired a malpractice lawyer who is demanding Gloria to pay Rachel back the $10 million.

Gloria tells TMZ: “Our law firm no longer represents Ms. Uchitel and we have no comment on this story at this time.  However, we are confident that we have always acted appropriately and in her best interests."