Pellicano says he regrets nothing

Hollywood wiretapper sentenced to 15 years

Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano says he won't apologize to the people he spied on but does take responsibility for the tactics that brought him a 15-year prison sentence.

In a phone interview from federal prison with the Associated Press on Tuesday, the 64-year-old defendant says he got careless while looking for dirt on the rich and famous.

He also accused some of his targets of lying under oath at his trial.

Pellicano was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison after being convicted of wiretapping stars such as Sylvester Stallone and bribing police officers to run names of people including comedian Garry Shandling through law enforcement databases.