She made headlines again in 2010 as one of golfer Tiger Woods' alleged mistresses.
In 2010, she appeared in the fourth season of the American reality television series Celebrity Rehab with Dr. When Uchitel was 15, her father died, reportedly from an overdose of cocaine, which according to her, required her to mature quickly, and which she claims was one of the incidents in her life that led to her own addictions later.
You can look completely fine on the outside, yet on the inside the pain is so debilitating you wonder if you can get through another step. He clearly deserved to know what he was getting into and be given the chance to run for the high hills or to be given the chance to go through it with me if he wanted to.
I really am still not sure how I got so lucky, but from the moment I told him that I was having brain surgery, John was completely supportive and has been my backbone in this entire process - emotionally and physically.
I was told back then, at age 16, that I needed to do certain exercises throughout my life and to be careful of my lower back or it would require surgery later in my life. I have been to countless chiropractors in New York City.
No one's hateful words can ever take that away from me.
The twice-married former mistress of Tiger Woods – who also had an affair with Bones actor David Boreanaz – has recently started dating the former Seattle Mariners player, according to the New York Post's Page Six.
is an American nightclub manager, hostess, and TV correspondent.
She first encountered publicity when, following the September 11 attacks, a photo of her holding a picture of her fiancé, who worked in the World Trade Center, was published by the New York Post and circulated worldwide.