Tiger Woods' Mistress to "Disappear" For a While

December 4, 2009 By:
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How convenient for Tiger Woods. Tiger's alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel already canceled the press conference she was supposed to have with her lawyer in regards to the affair and now we're hearing she's going to "disappear for a while."

After Rachel and her lawyer Gloria Allred canceled their scheduled press conference on Thursday, everyone started to speculate whether she was paid by Tiger's camp to keep quiet while they attempt to do damage control.

Rachel's lawyer had "no comment" about the rumored $1 million dollar payout, but TMZ is now reporting that Rachel isn't getting a penny and instead decided to keep quiet because she "scared for her safety."

She's reportedly scared for her safety because "she knows so much about Tiger, his alleged affairs and a variety of other Woods matters."

So while Rachel will be flying under the radar for a while, sources tell Hollyscoop exclusively that more alleged mistresses from Vegas will resurface soon. Sounds like Tiger really loved sin city.

And while more and more women come out of the woodwork, Tiger and his wife Elin are reportedly in "intense couples counseling" and they're renegotiating their original prenuptial agreement.

The Daily Beast is reporting that Elin Woods is renegotiating that prenup to get an immediate $5 million payout from her husband and as much as $55 million more to stay with him for two more years.

Looks like everyone comes with a price tag. Do you think Elin should stay with Tiger and reap the rewards of the "Kobe Special," or should she leave him?