Rachel Uchitel
Rachel Uchitel will share some never-before-heard stories about her affairs in the upcoming episodes of “Scandal Made Me Famous.” Pictured: Uchitel attends the Diva Moms’ Mom Moguls Breakfast at The Water Club Restaurant on May 7, 2014 in New York City. Getty Images/Astrid Stawiarz

Tiger Woods and Rachel Uchitel first made headlines in 2009 when news broke that they were having an affair while the professional golf player was married to Elin Nordegren.

At the age of 34, Uchitel became a household name, but for all the wrong reasons. She and Woods were involved in a sex scandal that went on for a couple of months. Uchitel was also followed by the paparazzi wherever she went. Amid the controversy, Woods lost several endorsement deals and golf championships. His marriage to Nordegren was also dissolved, according to People.

While Uchitel was still linked to Woods, it was also revealed that the professional athlete had been having an affair with a dozen other women. However, it was her and Woods’ extramarital affair that was reported first among all of his flings.

On Sunday, Uchitel will appear in a new episode of “Scandal Made Me Famous,” where she will talk about the tumultuous time in her life. People obtained an exclusive sneak peek into Uchitel’s revelations, where she said, “People remember me in so many different ways based on whatever article they’ve read. Whether they’ve seen me on ‘Celebrity Rehab’ or in the newspaper, people shape me in so many different ways. I’m just a girl from Anchorage, Alaska who grew up in New York City, who fell in love a couple of times and had some tragic things happen.”

At present, Uchitel, 42, works as a VIP host in Las Vegas. During her stint in Sin City, she has met many famous men. She previously connected with a married actor, who hooked up with her. Uchitel shared that the married celebrity and his wife had already been separated when the two of them started seeing each other. “They were living happily separated. I mean, he was even calling me when she was in labor,” she said.

Meanwhile, “Scandal Made Me Famous” is a show that features interviews, reenactments and never-before-seen photos and videos connected to infamous crimes. It is hosted by People Senior Writer Steve Helling and airs at 9 p.m. EDT on Reelz Channel.