After the documentary came out in January, she heard on its website from Mr. Holtz, Ms. Uchitel’s main antagonist in the leadership of the NDA, who calls himself “Ray Donovan with a pen”.
“If you get a job, I’ll come after your wages. When you get married, I’ll take care of your common bank account. I’ll haunt you for the rest of your life, “she said, he told her. She soon learned of Mr. Holtz’s intention to continue to assert claims for damages against her despite her insolvency protection.
In an email sent to Mr. Holtz and Mr. Woods in April, Ms. Uchitel suggested a $ 275,000 annual scholarship from Team Tiger that would allow her to get within about 30 miles of her ex-husband (according to her custody agreement) while on the only job that she says she can get what requires interacting with the press.
Otherwise, she wrote, “could kill me, not sure why you want to get someone to do this? You are trying to make my life uninhabitable. “Or:” You can leave me completely alone, with an announcement that you will do it, so that I can also withdraw. “
Or she wrote, “I can sing like a canary” and added a swear phrase.
Herr Holtz did not answer.
But he showed up at the May virtual bankruptcy hearing, represented by Jerrold L. Bregman, best known for commenting on Gawker Media’s bankruptcy following the Hulk Hogan litigation. He argued that Mr. Holtz was not informed of Ms. Uchitel’s bankruptcy filings in a timely manner.
“This is Rachel Uchitel, who represents myself,” Ms. Uchitel said, trying to explain that she repeatedly told a lawyer preparing her bankruptcy petition to include Mr. Holtz on the papers as the representative of Mr. Woods and his company and tell him your intention.