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Woman at center of Greitens case: 'I didn't want this'

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KSDK-TV conducted an interview with the woman at the center of the invasion-of-privacy case involving Gov. Eric Greitens.

The woman, identified in court documents and House transcripts as “K.S.” or “Witness 1," asked that her name not be used and her face not be shown during the interview.

“I didn't want this. I wasn't out to get anyone. I really was just trying to live my life,” she said.

The case was dismissed against Greitens, who did not offer apologies to K.S. She had an apology, though, for Greitens' wife.

“Oh, I would absolutely apologize. I shouldn't have been involved with him. I should not have gone into her home. I know that,” she said.

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