Carrie Prejean, the ex-Miss America who has been in a downward spiral ever since she spoke out against gay marriage last year, went on Fox News on Monday and said that she regretted creating the sex tape that has since become fodder for the media.
"They can call it whatever they want to call it, but it was the biggest mistake of my life," Prejean told Fox News' Sean Hannity on Monday. "I was all by myself. I was a teenager at the time, and never did I ever think it would come out. But it was bad judgment."
"It's embarrassing, and it's humiliating to be talking about this of national TV."
The tape features Prejean by herself, as she performs a solo sex act while her then-boyfriend videotapes everything. Many popular websites such as TMZ have decided against posting portions of the sex tape online due to its highly graphic nature.
While Prejean apologizes for the sex tape, she also has found time to write and promote her new book titled “Still Standing – the Untold Story of My Fight Against Gossip, Hate and Political Attacks,” which is currently available in stores.
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