UPDATE // JULY 7: Iggy Azalea has offered a response in the form of a middle finger when asked by TMZ at the airport if she had a message for Young and Green.
EARLIER // JULY 6:
Keonna Green, Nick Young's ex and baby mama for the second time, is giving interviews despite Iggy Azalea's legal team requesting she not.
There could be some serious legal repercussions for Green, who landed an exclusive deal with Us Weekly to tell all.
Last month, Iggy announced her split with ex-fiance Nick Young after she found out about his cheating ways (on several occasions). She Tweeted fans it felt like she was shot in the chest and thrown out of a plane without a parachute. To make matters worse, the woman that ruined her upcoming nuptials is blabbing about it.
Green claims she and Young rekindled their romance in September of last year, three months after he proposed to Azalea, and admits though the two are no longer intimate, she'd give him another chance.
"No, I didn’t feel guilty," Green tells the tabloid about rocking Iggy's world. "I’m not the reason they separated. She found out what everyone else found out, according to what I’ve been told."
"I wish her a lifetime of success," she continued. "I mean, I’m definitely not going to apologize for being in love with a man who I have a lot of history with. I do wish her that kind of success and hope that she can get through this difficult time and she and Nick can move forward from this."
The interview, which Us published today, could have serious repercussions. Iggy's lawyers sent Green a letter warning her to keep Iggy's name out of her mouth, or face serious consequences, TMZ reports.
"Ms. Green has done enough to embarrass herself by her pathetic efforts to profit from Iggy's hard-won celebrity," the letter reads, "all in exchange for whatever paltry sums she can garner in exchange for peddling tales of her tasteless exploits."
"Any mention of Iggy in your client's efforts to sell a story to whatever tabloid needs to fill its pages with the fetid story of your client's classless antics will be considered a violation of Iggy's rights of publicity ... subjecting Ms. Green and any publication that airs your client's soiled laundry to significant liability."