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Rachel Uchitel, the alleged Tiger Woods mistress, is going on the offensive to clear her name, insisting there is no truth to rumors she had an affair with the golfer.

She’d even take a lie-detector test to prove it, she says.

In an interview with The New York Post, Tiger Woods’ alleged “other woman” says she “innocently” met the married star this year and everything else is a lie.

“THIS is ridiculous. Not a word of it is true,” Rachel Uchitel said. “I told the 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.”

“The worst thing is that everybody in New York is talking about me now because all of their reporters have been calling everyone I know or have ever worked with, asking everyone what they know about a supposed affair with Tiger Woods.”

Tiger’s mistress or mere random skank? These Rachel Uchitel pictures may not answer that burning question, but they do give you a little insight into her life.

“It’s the most ridiculous story. It’s like they are asking me to comment if there are aliens on Earth. I found out who their sources were [Uchitel says she thinks there were two sources to the Enquirer story], which girls were blabbing.”

“It’s just dumb stuff. I was happy to answer any questions, but they didn’t want to listen to me when I denied it. I look like a home wrecker and an a$$hole.”

“It’s horrible to Tiger’s family. His wife must feel horrible. That’s a horrible thing to read: ‘Tiger’s telling Rachel he loves her.’ It’s not true and just so dumb.”

“[The source of the story] is not even a friend of mine. I’ve met her twice in my life. I’ve got some really horrible things that I can say about her and her past … I am toying around with going after her, because she’s not a credible source.”

“This girl was never around me for any of the time she was saying she was. If I was having some big, lurid affair, I would not tell this girl. It’s just ridiculous.”

“She got paid money to sell a story to the National Enquirer. Other magazines heard about it, but they turned it down because there was no hard evidence.”

One thing this doesn’t explain is why Tiger’s wife flipped the f*%k out on him, but perhaps she just believed the rumor to be true and it isn’t? Thoughts?

For more from Rachel, click here to keep reading her Post interview.

She really gets around: Rachel Uchitel with Ryan Seacrest (left) earlier this year, and some random guy whose face has been blurred out. Nice positioning, though.