Tiger Woods’ ex-mistress now ‘Puma PI,’ private investigator

Caitlin Emma Contributor
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Rachel Uchitel, perhaps Tiger Woods’ most famous mistress, plans to kiss the scandalous life goodbye by working as a private eye, The New York Post reported Sunday.

The bombshell, who first made headlines after her World Trade Center worker fiance went missing on 9/11, graduated from private-detective school last week and underwent weapons training in Los Angeles. Missing persons, cold cases and liars will constitute the majority of her clients. She hopes to avoid clients who remind her of the past, however. Wayward husbands need not apply.

She also said she plans to pursue gun-carrying licenses in New York and California.

“I love the Glock,” she told The NY Post. NYPD cops often use the 9mm pistol. Uchitel said she can also handle the powerful .357 Magnum.

She said she hopes to open her own firm one day, and chose a sassy name to match.

“I’m thinking of calling it Puma PI — because I’m not yet a cougar,” she told The NY Post.

In addition to hooking up with Woods, Uchitel gained notoriety for her fling with “Bones” actor David Boreanaz that reportedly went down while he was still married.