A new report says Tiger Woods paid his so called "mistress number one" a whopping $10 million to keep her mouth shut about their alleged affair.
Rachel Uchitel was about to hold a news conference last year confirming a tabloid story about her relationship with Woods when it was abruptly cancelled. TMZ.com reports the $10 million agreement was the reason for the cancellation. Uchitel has been quiet ever since.
TMZ speculations on what dirty secrets Uchitel may know about Woods:
Uchitel's high-powered attorney, the usually very talkative Gloria Allred, simply said "no comment" when asked about the report.
TMZ also reports that insiders say the deal could play a role in any settlement wife Elin Nordegren might get if she decides to divorce Woods:
Reports that Elin could get $300 million under the prenup are absurd. It's more likely the prenup is in the $5 - 10 million range, with provisions for support. But insiders tell us -- with the backdrop of Rachel's settlement -- there's no way Tiger would get off cheaper than $20 mil.