Rachel Uchitel is best known for being Tiger Woods’ big secret, but in her new reality series she’ll be looking into other people’s hidden lives.
Uchitel, the former VIP hostess who was Woods’ main side squeeze, is now a gun-toting private investigator, Page Six reports, and has signed a deal with Atlas Media Group for a docudrama based on her life and new career. Atlas produces documentaries and movies including “Meat Loaf: In Search of Paradise,” Discovery’s “Alien Abduction” and “Who Killed Chandra Levy?”
Uchitel told Page Six she’s been approached by several production companies and reality shows since appearing on “Celebrity Rehab” for prescription pills and “love addiction.” One source told Page Six one of those shows was “The Real Housewives of New York City,” but Bravo declined comment.
“I wasn’t interested until Atlas came along and agreed with me the only way to do something was if it was a ‘true’ reality show. I’m doing PI work now and it’s stuff that would make for great TV,” she said.
But Uchitel, 36, will steer clear of one of her presumed areas of expertise – cheating spouses – and concentrate on missing persons, child-custody disputes and financial forensic work.
Uchitel’s past with Woods won’t be featured, in part because she received a reported $8 million settlement with him to keep quiet.
Instead, the show will feature her new romance with insurance broker Matt Hahn, 26, who she has been dating for about six months and living with for three. A statement from Atlas said the show will include “Rachel juggling her new career along with her newest personal and business relationships.” It made no mention of Tiger Woods.