Melbourne, June 8 : Following Thursday's interview with Brisbane's radio station, Lara Bingle told a rival radio show that it was an "invasion" that brought her to tears, as she explained her reality show was "not trying to change the world. I'm not Einstein".
The 24-year-old former fiancée of Australian cricketer Michael Clarke told Nova106.9 that the show had treated her with no respect. She also defended her Twitter rant which included a call for B105's Labby, Stav and Abby to be taken off the air.
"There was just no respect. I never go to my Twitter only use it to good use and that was just so necessary. I actually went off and I was in tears. I just felt so confronted by everything," the Daily telegraph quoted her as saying.
"It was just one question after another. With this show (Being Lara Bingle) I'm not saving the world, I'm not trying to change the world, I'm just doing a reality show. I'm not Einstein. I'm not trying to achieve anything else," she said.
Bingle said she took responsibility for subjecting herself to the public's glare admitting she is "putting everything out there."
"But scenarios like asking me a question of what [ex-fiance] Michael [Clarke] thought, it was just stuff that was not necessary," she said.
Her reality show `Being Lara Bingle' will debut on Network 10 on Tuesday and Bingle admitted she's yet to see the show herself. (ANI)
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