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Super Bowl porn star apologizes to Tucson

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- The actress in the Super Bowl porn clip apologized to Tucsonans for the incident, shocked by the possibility that children may have seen her work.

The adult film star and mother of two said there's a reason why pornography is only available to those who are over 18.

"I would never want my kids to see that," Kingsley said. The actress has a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old.

She expressed surprise that such explicit images could be broadcasted.

"It's porn and it was on public TV," she said. "Out there for everyone to see, that's not right."

Kingsley believes the 10 seconds of full-frontal male nudity shown shouldn't be that shocking to those over 18, however.

"You know what? We all have sex. If we're an adult, guaranteed we've all seen a penis at some point," she said. "I'm sorry to all the parents, other than that we're all grown adults."

Kingsley says the movie shown during the Super Bowl, "Wild Cherries 5" was filmed about five months ago. The movie was being shown on the Shorteez channel.

Minutes before that clip was shown, closing credits from another adult film on the Club Jenna channel aired. Both Shorteez and Club Jenna are channels offered by Spice Entertainment, Playboy TV's website says.  

Comcast, the cable operating company who is investigating the incident, announced Tuesday they would give customers who saw the clip a $10 credit.

The cable operator issued statements Monday to the public, expressing apologies and dismay over the porn. KVOA-TV, the NBC affiliate who carried the football game, also spoke publicly about their shock over the matter. 

"We are appalled this highly inappropriate material was displayed for some Comcast customers," KVOA General Manager Gary Nielsen said.

Phone calls and emails flooded both Comcast and KVOA-TV offices Sunday night during the final mintutes of Super Bowl XLIII. Some customers saw a 30-second long porn clip interrupt Arizona Cardinal Larry Fitzgerald's touchdown.