Rachel Uchitel and Gloria Allred will not be facing the press on Thursday after all.
Allred, the famed celebrity lawyer, had been scheduled to speak at a news conference in Los Angeles Thursday on behalf of her newest client Rachel Uchitel. Allred had planned to "make a statement about Ms. Uchitel's relationship with Tiger Woods," an initial briefing said.
But Thursday morning, Allred's firm said in a new announcement: "Due to unforeseen circumstances, the news conference scheduled for today is cancelled. There will be no further statements on this matter.
Prior to this cancellation,Radaronline.com had speculated that Uchitel, via Allred, would admit to an affair with the married golfer, 33.
Despite the National Enquirer's reports of an affair with Woods, Uchitel, 34, denied the relationship to Usmagazine.com.
In an interview with the New York Post, the NYC club manager quipped that drug abusing "hookers" concocted the story of her affair and sold it to the Enquirer. "I told the [National] Enquirer and Star that it wasn't true. I told them not only did I have information to disprove the story, but I offered to take a lie-detector test."
When Uchitel spoke to Usmagazine.com she adamantly insisted "the things that were said from the source in the Enquirer are, in fact, not true. The fact that [the source] took the polygraph is a lie in and of itself. The girl's lying."
She continued: "I have not had an affair with him. I understand that there's rumors all over because everybody's talking about it. But I'm telling you, people say rumors about me all the time. People will say a ton of things about me."