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On November 17, 2008, Mc Cready spoke in more detail to Inside Edition about her affair with Clemens.
She stated that their relationship lasted for more than a decade, ending when Clemens refused to leave his wife to marry Mc Cready.
Clemens' attorney Rusty Hardin denied the affair, stating that Clemens would bring a defamation suit regarding this false allegation.
Clemens' attorney admitted that a relationship existed but described Mc Cready as a "close family friend." He also stated that Mc Cready had traveled on Clemens' personal jet and that Clemens' wife was aware of the relationship.
After reporting to People magazine that she had cut ties with Mc Knight, Mc Cready was found unconscious in a hotel lobby in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, after attempting suicide in July 2005.
She was hospitalized for a drug overdose after consuming a large amount of undisclosed drugs with alcohol.
Her debut album, Ten Thousand Angels, was released in 1996 and sold two million copies.
Although she initially denied the charge, she pleaded guilty and was fined ,000, sentenced to three years of probation, and ordered to perform 200 hours of community service.An arrest warrant was issued for her the following month for violation of her probation when she left Tennessee without her probation officer's permission.She was also charged with not reporting to her probation officer during the month of July.6, followed by her first and only Number One hit, "Guys Do It All the Time." This song, in turn, was succeeded by "Maybe He'll Notice Her Now," a duet with Richie Mc Donald, then the lead vocalist of Lonestar.The fourth and final single, "A Girl's Gotta Do (What a Girl's Gotta Do)," peaked at No. The next year, Mc Cready released the album If I Don't Stay the Night.
He is of Canadian nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.