Serena Williams has issued a new apology for what she called "insensitive and misinformed comments" she made about the victim in the Steubenville, Ohio, rape case.
Serena Williams says she apologized to Maria Sharapova in person shortly after an article was published in which a reporter wrote Williams had been implicitly referring to Sharapova's personal life.
Maria Sharapova took quite a shot at Serena Williams -- and it was nowhere near a tennis court.
Serena Williams has reached out to the family of the victim in the Steubenville, Ohio, rape case after the tennis star was quoted in a Rolling Stone article saying "she shouldn't have put herself in that position."
Serena Williams issued a statement Wednesday refuting comments written in a Rolling Stone magazine interview as "what I supposedly said."
Serena Williams says in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine that, while not blaming the victim in the Steubenville rape case, "she shouldn't have put herself in that position."