Now, she’s spoken with Derek Zagami of New England Cable News ahead of her upcoming appearance in the HBO two-part docuseries “Tiger,” which chronicles the athlete’s career, including his affair.
“I spent 10 years having a lot of the media be very snarky in the way that they write about me, the public be very angry in the way they speak about me and the way that they perceive me, and I have felt like they have wanted an apology from me,” Uchitel said.
The star said she was sorry if people felt she had “triggered something in people that causes anger or hurt.”
“I clearly haven’t wanted to cause any anger in those people because that is not who I am and that is not a position that I want to put anybody in,” she explained.
“They are putting a lot of their personal anger on me for their own personal issues,” she explained. “It’s on my shoulders and that’s been really hard for me to take when my personal story has been with two other people, and those are the only people that you know my apology goes to. Or one person, really.”
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