LOS ANGELES -- A celebrity news outlet has provided what they call "concrete proof" that Tiger Woods secretly had his alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel flown out to Australia to be with him.
TMZ has published a flight itinerary along with emails between Uchitel and Wood's friend and employee, Bryon Bell, detailing how Bell organized a trip for Uchitel to fly to Australia last month to allegedly spend time with Woods as he played in the Australian Open.
Earlier Thursday, a planned news conference held by Uchitel and her attorney, Gloria Allred, was canceled due to "unforeseen circumstances."
Allred had planned to issue a statement about "Ms. Uchitel's relationship with Tiger Woods."
She did not disclose what the so-called unforeseen circumstances causing the cancellation were.
Celebrity news outlet TMZ reported that Uchitel and Woods spoke Wednesday night for about a half hour.
Sources say Uchitel knows too much about Tiger and his alleged affairs, and just wanted to disappear for a while, TMZ reported.
It all started last week when the the National Enquirer reported that Uchitel has been having an affair with the golf star since June.
Uchitel has repeatedly denied the report, even offering to take a lie detector test to prove it.
According to TMZ, Rachel lied to protect Tiger and exchanged text messages with him an hour before his accident early Friday morning.
Tiger's wife, Elin Nordegren, reportedly confronted Tiger and asked who he was texting, TMZ says. Elin then grabbed the phone and called Rachel to confront her.
TMZ says Tiger and Elin began arguing and the phone broke in the process.
Uchitel has maintained that an acquaintance who was paid $25,000 is spreading rumors of her supposed relationship.
"She had a personal reason to make this up," Uchitel said.
Uchitel first entered the public eye when her fiancee was killed in the Twin Towers attack of 2001.
Since then she has worked in a VIP nightclub in Manhattan and been the subject of occasional gossip page items.
In October, reports surfaced that Uchitel was having an affair with "Bones" actor David Boreanz.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun