"Carrying on a relationship with him is not something I'm proud of," she said, according to a partial transcript released by the show. "Roger Clemens is one of the most wonderful men I've ever known. ... He treated me like a princess." "We never had a meeting in secret. We went on vacations together. We went to Palm Springs. We went to Las Vegas, New York City," McCready told Inside Edition. "I wanted him to do right by me ... and when he wouldn't, I broke it off."McCready also apologizes to Clemens' wife, Debbie, and says that at one point she wanted to end it all. "I have nothing but remorse and nothing but sympathy for what [Debbie] had to go through with this situation, and she has my utmost apology," she told Inside Edition. McCready, 32, got a suspended three-year sentence in 2004 for fraudulently obtaining prescription painkillers.
"There aren't words to describe how painful it's been," she told Inside Edition. "So painful, I haven't wanted to live. ... I've lived recklessly. I've made a lot of mistakes."Expect these types of interviews to pop up continually until someone gives McCready a major recording contract, or a reality show, or Clemens is involved in a juicier scandal. Of the three, the latter is most likely, I'm guessing. McCready Interview Digs Deeper Hole For Clemens [San Francisco Examiner] Report: McCready Not Proud Of Ties To Clemens [CBS Sports]