Mayim Bialik
Mayim Bialik issued another apology over her controversial sexual harassment op-ed. Pictured: Bialik attends The Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences Performer Nominees' 64th Primetime Emmy Awards Reception at Spectra by Wolfgang Puck at the Pacific Design Center on Sept. 21, 2012 in West Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Imeh Akpanudosen

Mayim Bialik has apologized for her controversial sexual harassment op-ed for the second time.

The "Big Bang Theory" star made headlines over the weekend when her article for The New York Times, titled "Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein's World," sparked outrage among social media users. In her piece, Bialik seemed to put the blame on the victims in cases of sexual harassment and assault for their choice of clothing and appearance.

Following the release of her op-ed, Bialik held a Facebook Live session and defended her opinion, but it didn't stop the bashing. On Wednesday, the "Blossom" star took to Twitter and once again issued an apology and explained her point of view. This time, she is hoping that the people will forgive her.

"I want to address my op-ed in the NY Times, and the reaction to it. Let me say clearly and explicitly that I am very sorry," Bialik wrote. "What you wear and how you behave does not provide any protection from assault, nor does the way you dress or act in any way make you responsible for being assaulted; you are never responsible for being assaulted."

Bialik also commended the women who had the courage to come forward with their own sexual assault experiences. Bialik stressed that she supports them as they seek for accountability of their predators. She added that she is motivated to work hard and to empower women.

"I am truly sorry for causing so much pain, and I hope you can all forgive me," Bialik concluded.

Bialik initially defended her sexual harassment op-ed on Twitter before she appeared on Facebook Live on Monday to discuss the matter. The "Big Bang Theory" star felt that some have taken her words out of context and she did not mean to blame the victims. Unfortunately, this did not help resolve the issue, and social media users continued to slam her, claiming that her message was clear and they did not take it out of context.

However, her latest apology seemed to finally warm the hearts of some of her critics. "Much respect to you for acknowledging a mistake and apologising. None of us will get it right all the time," one user commented on Bialik's post. "Your words may have been misconstrued but your heartfelt apology shows you have compassion and kindness. You are still a voice of reason," another social media user named Mary Bird added.

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