Anjali Ramkissoon, Woman in Uber Rage Video, Apologizes on Good Morning America
Anjali Ramkissoon, a fourth-year neurology resident at Jackson Health System who was caught on camera trashing an Uber in Brickell, appeared on ABC's Good Morning America today to apologize for her actions. The 30-year-old claims she was upset that day after her father wound up in the hospital and her boyfriend of two years broke up with her.
"You don't know who the fuck you're messing with right now!" she shouted.
Though standing only five feet tall, she got in the driver's
The incident, however, was caught on camera by a bystander. It's been viewed more than 5 million times, and
The doctor flew to New York this morning to make a public apology in an interview with GMA's George Stephanopoulos.
"A lot had happened that day actually,"
Ramkissoon said she had
"There is absolutely no excuse for my actions,"
"I think the best thing at this point is to just take responsibility for what I've done," she concluded. "I did it. And I'm ashamed of what I did. And this would never happen again, and I think at the same time I should also speak out that, you know, to send a message out to people and the public to be careful and use my story as a message as a lesson to be careful what you do in public because the things that we do can be taped, and we can have to suffer severe ramifications for these things."
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