"I want to address tweets that resurfaced from nearly 10 years ago that may have offended people I love dearly and those who have supported me as a Potomac Housewife," she began. "To my loyal fanbase, particularly the LGBTQIA+ viewers, thank you for your unwavering support. I love you."
“I, alone, am responsible for my words and I deeply regret saying anything that could have hurt my friends, colleagues, family and fans. At the time I was a private citizen, speaking carelessly and crassly as we often do, and for my lack of better judgment, I am sorry," she penned, adding that she considers herself an LGBTQIA+ ally and recognizes that her words were "insensitive, and undermined the support, reverence and love I have consistently tried to demonstrate through advocacy for LGBTQIA+ rights and causes, as well as my personal relationships with those who identify as LGBTQIA+."
She added that she has learned and matured over the past decade, and that the language she "carelessly" used wasn't acceptable then, nor is it now.