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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Jenna Jameson On Domestic Violence Incident - "Everybody Makes Mistakes"

Apr. 30 2010, Published 8:40 a.m. ET

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Jenna Jameson and Tito Ortiz’s public ordeal following Monday’s alleged incident of domestic abuse took a turn for the cordial on Thursday as both parties softened earlier allegations. Jameson spoke exclusively to, admitting that both sides made mistakes and some things may have been said in the heat of the moment. She also reveals her hopes about how it will all end up.

“I mean, everybody makes mistakes when it comes to a relationship and we both love each other and there’s no doubt about that, there’s no doubt about it,” Jameson said.

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“I don’t know why he gave a press conference. I think a lot of times when you’re in an altered state of mind, when you’re sad, just been arrested and lawyers and handlers and PR people get a hold of you, you end up just doing what they tell you to do. And he made a mistake. The press conference was a mistake and I made a lot of mistakes too because I said a lot of things in the heat of being upset and hurt and I just want it all to go away.”

After Ortiz was arrested and Jameson alleged he assaulted her, Ortiz and his camp fired back saying the UFC champion “never laid a hand” on Jameson and that she has been fighting an Oxycontin addiction for over a year. Despite the harsh words from both sides, according to Jameson, that is all water under the bridge and they will move forward together as a couple and a family which includes their twin sons.

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