Katherine Heigl once had a reputation in Hollywood for being "difficult." Now she has an opinion that opinion.
In an interview with the Washington Post, the "Grey's Anatomy" actress said the rumors about her escalated to the purpose where she was labeled unprofessional, and now she feels that was unfair.
"I may have said a few of belongings you didn't like, on the other hand that escalated to 'She's ungrateful,' then that escalated to 'She's difficult,' which escalated to 'She's unprofessional,'" Heigl told the publication. "What is your definition of difficult? Somebody with an opinion that you simply don't like? Now, I'm 42, which s--- pisses me off."
The actress, who starred on "Grey's Anatomy" from 2005 to 2010, said she just got herself in even deeper trouble the more she apologized. "The more I said i used to be sorry, the more they wanted it," she said.
She continued: "The more terrified and scared i used to be of doing something wrong, the more I found like I had really done something horribly wrong."
Heigl says her anxiety became so severe she had to go away Hollywood.
"I asked my mom and my husband to seek out me somewhere to travel that would help me because I felt like i might preferably be dead," she said. "I didn't realize what proportion anxiety i used to be living with until I got so bad that I had to actually seek help. you'll do tons of inner soul work, but I'm an enormous fan of Zoloft."