ORLANDO, FLORIDA—A New York woman who has denied having an affair with Tiger Woods has scheduled a news conference with her attorney for Thursday in Los Angeles.
Attorney Gloria Allred says in a statement released Wednesday that she will make a statement Thursday about Rachel Uchitel's relationship with Woods.
Allred says Uchitel will be present at the news conference but will not speak.
Last week, the National Enquirer published a story alleging the world's No. 1 golfer had been seeing Uchitel, a New York nightclub hostess, and that they recently were together in Melbourne, where Woods competed in the Australian Masters.
Uchitel denied having an affair with Woods when contacted by The Associated Press.
Earlier today, Woods had made a public apology on his Web site for what he calls "transgressions."
The world's top golfer admitted letting his family down and regretting it "with all his heart" in the posting.
Woods' statement comes in the wake of a US Weekly cover story in which a 21-year old Las Vegas cocktail waitress claims she's conducted a 31-month affair with the golfer.
Woods says he's dealing with his personal failings with his family.
Meanwhile, the Florida Highway Patrol released its six-page report on the single-vehicle accident that started the intense scrutiny of Woods and his wife Elin.
Woods' accident caused $3,200 in property damage and he wasn't wearing a seat-belt when he crashed into a fire hydrant and tree outside a neighbors home. Woods has been charged with careless driving.