Uchitel was reported to be in talks to pose nude in Playboy magazine. Her attorney did not deny that she had been talking to the magazine, but issued a statement saying Uchitel would not appear in its pages.
"Rumors that Rachel Uchitel will be appearing in Playboy have been circulating. Those rumors are false. Rachel will not be appearing in Playboy," Allred said in a statement.
Beyond receiving money from the tabloids, Uchitel is rumored to have received money from Woods for keeping mum on the affair. A press conference her lawyer scheduled was cancelled at the last minute, fueling speculation.
News Web site The Daily Beast has reported Woods paid Uchitel $5 million to deny their alleged affair.
Another unnamed person who claimed to have nude pictures of the golfer tried selling them to Playgirl magazine. The magazine, however, said it declined to purchase the photos over concerns about authenticity.
As Woods' alleged paramours make money of the golfer's purported affairs, the highest paid athlete in world is steadily losing some of his lucrative endorsements.
Over the weekend management firm Accenture dropped Woods as a corporate spokesman and Gillette said it was ratcheting down their relationship with the golfer.
Friday night, in a statement on his Web site, Woods acknowledged for the first time his "infidelities" and said he would stop playing golf for an indefinite period.