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Mindy McCready's Regrets, In Chart Form

Country singer Mindy McCready has confessed to

Inside Edition

that her years-long adulterous affair with Roger Clemens “is not something I’m proud of.”

He treated me like a princess," she said. “We never had a meeting in secret. We went on vacations together. We went to Palm Springs. We went to Las Vegas, New York City...I wanted him to do right by me . . . and when he wouldn't, I broke it off.”

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Not being proud of an affair with Clemens is completely believable, for many reasons. But McCready has a long list of things she claims not to be proud of – where does having sex with the Rocket fall?

We have the answers, in chart form.

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