After Dallas prosecutor Jody Warner was fired from her job in the district attorney’s office for an altercation with an Uber driver, she apologized for her actions, saying today, “I was wrong.”
“I’m very sorry for the language I used. I’m not proud of it,” Warner said at a press conference as she fought back tears. “I appreciate being given the opportunity to give my side. I’m not trying to make any accusations against that driver. I don’t know what’s in his heart. I can tell you that not everything he said was true. I never touched him.”
She added, “I’m not ever going to justify anything that I said. There’s just a little bit more to it, and I was wrong.”
Shaun Platt, 26, said he was driving Warner home from the Capitol Pub in East Dallas last Friday night when she became increasingly upset and insisted he use a different route from the one indicated on his GPS.