Uber Douche Says She, "Doesn't Recognize That Girl"

Dr Anjali Ramkissoon appeared on Good Morning America Wednesday morning to apologize for her attack against an Uber driver in Miami, which was caught on video

Ramkissoon, 30, was somber as she spoke with George Stephanopoulos, saying the video is excruciating for her to watch

'I see a person that is not me,' she said. 'I'm ashamed. I still can't watch the entire video.' 

While she says it's no excuse, Ramkissoon says a lot happened to her that night that contributed to how she acted. 

I see a person that is not me. I'm ashamed. I still can't watch the entire video. 

Dr Anjali Ramkissoon  

She says earlier she had heard that her father had been taken to the hospital, and just prior that night she had broken up with her boyfriend of two years. 

Ramkissoon had driven to meet her now ex-boyfriend for drinks, and was too intoxicated to drive home so that's why she was trying to get an Uber. 

The meltdown happened when she confused the driver with her own Uber driver, when in fact the man in the video was picking up another customer. 

She proceeded to punch and kick the driver, eventually getting into the passenger seat of his vehicle where she threw his mail, cell phone electronics and other devices out onto the street.  

At one point she also yells at him; 'Get the f*** in the car, you piece of f***ing disgusting s***.'