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Kat Von D is sorry, but not really!

Kat Von D is sorry, but not really!
July 28, 2011 JEREMY FEIST
Kat Von D

After walking out on Good Day L.A. yesterday after they ran a clip she told them to use and talked about something that she pretty much explicitly gave them permission to talk about, Kat Von D took to Facebook to apologize for her actions, except not really because if she did apologize, she wouldn’t be able to milk the publicity for her season premiere for all it’s worth.

Although my intentions were never to offend or hurt anyone’s feelings, this isn’t an apology for walking out on a silly morning show interview this morning- and this isn’t an attempt at justifying anything either. I don’t expect people to understand, just like I can’t expect myself to be able to please everyone at all times. Tomorrow the new season of LA Ink starts and I admit I’m not strong enough to do all the press I committed to doing for the show. Today was a perfect example of that. I’m not going to flatter myself in thinking I’m interesting enough for the press not to pry into gossip-related questions so its unfair of me to expect them to respect that … but even though it’s not in my nature to cancel on people, it IS in my nature to admit when I’m weak. SOURCE

But only when it specifically benefits the show she works on where she allows cameras to film her constantly because attention has replaced carbohydrates as food in Hollywood. And of course, nothing gets your name out there like fake moral outrage that you’ve carefully and methodically planned out in order to make people forget that you were the rebound girl for a man who routinely likes to stick his blitzkrieg into a girl’s Third Reich (Third Reich means Nazi Pussy, just in case you couldn’t figure it out.)

Kat Von D