Don't make me regret trusting you
Don't get me wrong for not trusting you, but it's just that I have to be careful, we get a lot of burglaries here".
First sentence is correct.
Don't get me wrong: is the other expression it means do not misunderstand my words or my actions. We use it to warn/explain to people why we have to do what we are about to do, or have just said/done.