Michelle Rodriguez apologises for saying she was jealous Paul Walker experienced death before her
Published 08/04/2016 | 11:28
Fast and Furious star Michelle Rodriguez has apologised for saying she was 'jealous' Paul Walker experienced death before her.
Her franchise co-star died in a car crash in November 30 in California and Rodriguez spoke about his death in documentary The Reality of Truth.
In the doc she takes the psychedelic drug, Ayahuasca, and says her comments were "exploited" by the documentary makers and her comments were taken "out of context".
TMZ published a video of the star apologising during a chat with a photographer in LA.
"I had a deep moment and I said something that was personal and it was exploited and I apologise about that," she said. "If I knew it was being promoted that way I would never have been involved."
The website previously published a clip of the interview with Michelle which features in the documentary and during which she makes the 'jealous' comments.
"I have to say when I lost Paul I was like... I went through about a year of just being like an animal, like what could I do physically to just get my mind off existentialism, get my mind off how transient life is, how we can just come here and disappear at any moment..." she said.
"How could I get my mind off that? So I just went f***, summer, crazy, nuts, berserko. I did everything I could possibly do to hide from myself. I'll tell you my Ayahuasca trip made me sad that he left me here. It wasn't a sadness that he's gone, it was more like jealously that he's there first."