Maria Shriver recently drew criticism when she was spotted repeatedly driving while talking on her cell phone and over the weekend the First Lady of California made another gaffe when she parked in a red zone for over an hour. RadarOnline.com has obtained her most recent apology for the mistake.
"I regret that I made a mistake. I take responsibility for it," she said in a statement on Monday. After apologizing for her cell phone infraction earlier this month, she went on the Today Show to say that she ditched the device for good.
Maria Shriver Apologizes For Driving With A Cell Phone
Shriver donated her favorite old cell phone to Verizon through their HopeLine program which aids domestic violence shelters.