Woman Known for Famous Affair Gets a TV Show NY Post
A woman who became famous for being the mistress of a huge celebrity has signed a deal for a TV docudrama, reports the New York Post's Page Six.
Rachel Uchitel, a former mistress of Tiger Woods, will star in the show, which will be based on her new job as a private investigator, the story reports.
Uchitel has an agreement with Atlas Media Group, which has produced documentaries and films such as Discovery's "Alien Abduction" and "Who Killed Chandra Levy?," the story notes. She told the publication that she believes her work as a private investigator "would make for great TV."
She added that she won't be working on cases involving cheating spouses but instead will work on missing person cases, child-custody claims and financial forensic work. Uchitel's background with Woods won't be featured in the show.