Speaking on Metro FM’s Fresh Breakfast on Monday morning, Mkangisa admitted that she was drunk during the arrest that took place about three weeks ago.
The Queen star explained that she was taking her nail technician home when she was stopped at a roadblock in Witkoppen.
“I was in the wrong, no one should be ever driving under the influence, for whatever reason.... That shouldn’t have happened, that I acknowledge but keep the same energy, treat me like you would everyone else.
Asked what she would like to see happen, she said: “I haven't thought that far, I'm so humiliated, it’s embarrassing because people don’t know what actually happened and what has being put out there is how I retaliated and proved the minute I was stopped...people don't know that this woman (police officer) tortured me before I even got out of my car,” said emotional Mkangisa.
She continued to explain how the police officer woman tormented her before she walked out of the car.
When asked if she will open a counter case against the officers, she said: "I want to I was in the wrong and sometimes to go away. I really wish this thing will blow over, even though I was mistreated,"she said.