Golfer Tiger Woods of the U.S. attends a news conference of the upcoming HSBC golf tournament in Shanghai November 3, 2010.
Golfer Tiger Woods of the U.S. attends a news conference of the upcoming HSBC golf tournament in Shanghai November 3, 2010.

Rachel Uchitel has given pro golfer Tiger Wood's most of the settlement money that he paid her, TMZ confirmed.

The mistress was given $10 million in a settlement deal that would seal her confidentiality and stop her threat of holding a news conference about Tiger Woods.

This agreement was arranged by Uchitel's then lawyer Gloria Allred. Now, however Uchitel has alleged that Allred had sold her out of money.

The allegations being that several months ago Gloria Allred convinced Miss Uchitel to return a large bulk of the settle money, after Tiger Woods lawyer, Jay Lovely claimed that she had proof that Gloria had violated the confidentiality agreement through allegedly speaking with TMZ and going on "Celebrity Rehab".

We've learned the agreement stated ... if Rachel violated the confidentiality clause ... she would not only have to return the money she received but Tiger could sue her for damages as well.

Despite Uchitel feeling strongly that she had not violated the agreement, Gloria convinced her that she would lose if push came to shove. Uchitel followed Gloria's advice, only to later find that her lawyer allegedly made a deal with Jay Lavely - ensuring that she still get all of her attorney's fees.

By knowing that if Uchitel went to arbitration and lost, she would not receive a fee, Gloria made a deal with Tiger's lawyer to strong-arm Rachel into giving the money back and in return Gloria would get her fee.

Outranged by these findings, Rachel has now hired a malpractice lawyer who has given Gloria an ultimatum with a deadline, to either pay Rachel what she returned to Tiger Woods or face getting sued.

TMZ contacted Gloria on this case, who said, ''No comment''.