"What I did with Gloria is I told her my situation, and she helped me," Fisher said. "That's probably about as much as I want to say about that."
Championing gay rights seemed like a far cry from defending the alleged mistresses of Tiger Woods. Allred stated she is fighting for women one case at a time, and the mistresses are "only a small part of my practice," adding that she felt sorry for the golfer.
"I really don't take any joy in what happened to him. I frankly only care about the victim in the case," she said.
Nonetheless, Allred believes there has been some good that has come out of the Tiger Woods's situation.
"I think that secrets destroy people," she explained. "The secrets that Tiger Woods had about the life that he was living were very destructive to him, to his children, to his wife, and to people with whom he had a relationship, for example, Joslyn James."
Allred added that Woods is not completely off the hook yet, and that only his actions in the future will prove if he can change.
"I hope he's learned from this," she said. "But I guess we'll have to wait and see."
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