Tiger Woods' infamous mistress isn't done talking.
Rachel Uchitel is reportedly shopping a tell-all book that will focus on her entanglements with the golfer and "Bones" actor David Boreanaz, as well as her life leading up to those.
"Everyone thinks they know her story, but they really don't," a source told Page Six.
Much of Rachel's story — particularly her affair with the world's former No. 1 golfer — has been well-documented over the years, but the book will be more encompassing of her life and will detail her father's death from a drug overdose and her fiancé perishing in the 9/11 attacks. After The New York Post published a photo of her crying after the Twin Towers fell, she was known as "New York's Tragic Face" — this, of course, was all prior to her being linked to Tiger.
Over the years, Rachel has also been open about her own addiction issues.
After more than a decade of silence, Rachel made her first public comments about the affair in January 2021 for HBO's "Tiger" documentary.
"I have stayed quiet about this story, but at this point, I have nothing left to lose. My name hasn't lost the stigma at all," she said in the two-part documentary.
The golf legend famously crashed his car in 2009 after his then-wife, Elin Nordegren, found out that he'd been having a long-running affair with Rachel, a former nightclub hostess in New York City and Las Vegas.
Rachel is working with agent David Vigliano to shop the book.