"Good Morning America" on Friday played its full interview with the second juror from the George Zimmerman trial to speak publicly.
Zimmerman is the former Neighborhood Watch volunteer recently acquitted in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Juror B-29, the only minority juror on the six-woman jury, told ABC's Robin Roberts on Thursday that she thought Zimmerman was guilty and that he "got away with murder."
The juror said she initially voted to convict Zimmerman of second-degree murder because "the evidence shows he's guilty."
After about 16 hours of deliberation, she joined the five other women on the jury and acquitted him of killing the unarmed teen.
The juror, whom ABC identified only as "Maddy," also told Roberts she has trouble eating and sleeping because of the verdict, which was reached on July 13.
After the verdict, Maddy said she asked herself, "Did I go the right way? Did I go the wrong way?"
Roberts asked whether she regretted not holding out.
"Kind of. I mean, I'm the only minority, and I feel like I let a lot of people down." the juror said.
Maddy told Roberts she did not speak out for money or a book deal.
She also said race was not discussed in the deliberations.
Read more about the juror's statements made Thursday here.
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