RadarOnline.com reports that Rachel Uchitel may being paid up to $1M for her silence after she threatened to go public this morning about her affair with Tiger Woods.
(Movin’ on up to Whole Foods! Gracias El Tigre!)
Look, we know a lot of these tabloids reports are questionable, but one thing sticks out in Radar’s claim.
One source claimed that Rachel was negotiating a $1 million payoff by Tiger’s people to remain silent. When asked about this, Gloria Allred told RadarOnline.com, “no comment.”
When was the last time Allred canceled a presser and gave an on-the-record “no comment” in the same day? Try never.
RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively that there was extensive contact Wednesday night between Rachel’s representatives and Tiger’s people. Multiple sources have told RadarOnline.com it was that contact that caused Rachel to cancel the press conference.
What’s more, RadarOnline.com has confirmed through numerous sources that Rachel has been seeking a payday for the rights to the story of her affair with Tiger.
So Uchitel was shopping her story about her affair with Woods to the highest bidder? Lovely.
What’s the odds Uchitel took that number and informed Woods that if he didn’t beat it, she’d hold a presser and admit they had sex? And that Allred is getting a piece of the action?
Also, you think Woods’ reps right about now are going through the golfer’s phone to see if there’s any more women they might have to transact some bidness wit?