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Jana Kramer’s estranged husband is ‘deeply sorry’ for hurting her

Jana Kramer’s estranged husband Mike Caussin has apologised for the pain he caused the singer/actress after she opened up about his alleged infidelity.
The former One Tree Hill star, 32, split from American footballer Caussin in August (16) after 15 months of marriage, and it was subsequently revealed the athlete had entered a rehabilitation centre for undisclosed reasons.
In September (16), Jana hinted at the sportsman’s betrayal in a cryptic post on Instagram, after sharing a video clip of herself singing along to her pal Carrie Underwood’s 2005 hit Before He Cheats.
She quoted some of the lyrics in the accompanying caption, writing, “‘Maybe next time he’ll think before he cheats’. Thanks @carrieunderwood. #music=therapy.”
Jana has since confirmed the affair news in a candid interview with People magazine, revealing she was “swept away” by Caussin, who she wed after a whirlwind romance, and was devastated when she discovered his reported infidelity.
“Mike was the biggest of the betrayals because it was the first time in a relationship where I truly loved the version of me,” she said. “I didn’t feel I had to prove that I was good enough, I was vulnerable and finally at peace with myself. But I was fooled.”
Caussin, 29, has yet to directly address the cheating allegations, but he has now expressed his regret at the way he behaved during the short-lived marriage.
A statement issued to People reads: “I acknowledge that certain actions and behaviors have caused issues in my marriage and I am deeply sorry for the pain I have caused Jana.”
The estranged couple shares a nine-month-old daughter, named Jolie.
It was Jana’s third marriage – she was also previously wed to actor Johnathon Schaech, while her first husband, Michael Gambino, tried to kill her in a violent domestic dispute in 2005.
Jana recalled to People how she was left bleeding outside their Los Angeles house after he choked her unconscious.
Gambino was found guilty of attempted murder and sentenced to six years in prison. He was released in 2010 but committed suicide two years later.

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