Tiger Woods' mistress #1 Rachel Uchitel won't stop talking, despite the reported $1 million to $3 million Tiger Woods has paid her not to interact with the press. We've got hold of what appears to be an email that Tiger wrote Uchitel on November 9... and not only did he worry about what their relationship was doing to his emotions; he was also put off by Uchitel's social climbing.
The email text that we've seen (it's reported Rachel sold it to In Touch magazine):
I know it's brutal on you that you can't be with me all the time. I get it. It f***ing kills me, too. I finally found someone I connect with, someone I have never found like this. Not even at home. You want someone to witness your life. I want you to lay next to me, lay on me or where ever you want to lay. F***. Why didn't we find each other years ago. We wouldn't be having this conversation."
In her reply, it's reported Rachel told Tiger that she didn't want them emailing about their relationship. He wrote back,
You don't have to answer that e-mail. I just wanted you to know what's going on inside me."
Now the part about her celebrity hob-nobbing, as Tiger reportedly wrote:
I don't know if this is going to work. I thought I was getting to know you, but it feels like I'm just another person who happens to be famous. Every time I think about it, I get a lump in my throat. Some of the other parts of your past really get to me. I don't know what person I was falling for so hard. The one I got to know on the phone, e-mail, text and in person. Or the one who likes famous people. I am so confused, because what my brain is saying and what my heart is saying are two different things. Is it the Rachel I know or the character? That's what's hard. It guts me to think I've fallen for the wrong one."
Ouch. How about putting the affair to bed then, Tiger, and focusing on your marriage? Meanwhile it appears Rachel Uchitel didn't have any intentions of actually being with Tiger — as we reported Tuesday, paparazzi saw her back in New York City with another man.
Written by Kristine Gasbarre for LimeLife.
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