Tiger Woods’ mistress Rachel Uchitel is cashing in on her notorious connection to the legendary golfer after signing a lucrative deal to partner with popular sugar daddy dating site, ‘Seeking Arrangement.’
The famous NYC party girl has reportedly signed a six-figure contract to become the formal spokesperson of the famous website, which is known for connecting wealthy men and women with partners.
Uchitel is a proud member of the website, classified as a “sugar baby” and says she provides “high-class discretion!”
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As we reported, after a decade of silence Rachel shot back to stardom with her riveting interview in HBO’s ‘Tiger’ docuseries.
According to the company, “Uchitel’s personal and professional life, especially as it relates to relationships and dating, makes her a terrific choice as the first-ever company spokeswoman of SeekingArrangement.”
Adding, “She’s eager to share her insights on the world of online dating and how to leverage relationships to improve your life and career.”
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According to the founder and CEO of ‘Seeking Arrangement,’ Brandon Wade, the company is attempting to clear up any misconceptions about the business and hopes Uchitel will speaking candidly about the benefits of dating “established men,” the business of relationships, and how women feel “empowered when finding the right partner.”
As you know, the global online dating industry has been surging in the past few years and has exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic. The industry is projected to top $4 BILLION in revenue in 2021 and is assisted by companies like Match Group which is valued at $41 Billion.
In a recent interview, Uchitel revealed she was tired of being labeled a “slut” and hoped taking part in the Tiger Woods documentary would get “rid of shame.”
“I think people forget how badly I was treated, and the things that people really did to me, and that I couldn’t go anywhere, and I was blamed for a lot of stuff,” she said.
Adding, “I still, for 10 years, I’ve lived with that same scrutiny. I cannot go places without people still talking to me that same way. I don’t think people really realize that, that I’m still treated that same way.”