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Kathy Griffin claims that Andy Cohen offered her cocaine and exposes other Hollywood insiders


Kathy Griffin is calling for a new head on a plate.

The comedian delivered a 17-minute takedown of TMZ founder Harvey Levin and her former Bravo boss Andy Cohen on Saturday morning after TMZ shared a video of Cohen on Friday in which he pretended not to know who Griffin was.


Griffin shared a voicemail that Levin left her on Friday, complete with his full phone number.
“That’s his number. And I don’t have a minute to call him. Maybe you do,” she said in the YouTube video. “The reason I did that is that during the entire Trump scandal, I was doxxed so much that people obviously got my phone number, my address. The Trumpers came after me, and I just want you guys to know, Harvey Levin, a blogger, is very much in bed with everybody from Hollywood to Donald Trump.”

Griffin explained in her video, “A Hell of a Story,” that she received death threats during the two months she was under investigation for the faux bloody Trump head photo — and her mother and sister, who was dying of cancer at the time, also received threats.

She questioned how Levin got her number and was able to get it out to the masses — and also claimed the Trump head photographer, Tyler Shields, told her Levin and Trump speak on a constant basis.

Griffin called the site “deeply misogynistic” and the TV show, “bulls--t.”
“Harvey Levin, have you ever done anything honorable ever?” she said, questioning Levin’s involvement in the LGBTQ community.

Kathy Griffin returns to comedy stage wearing Trump mask “You are the gay male version of Kellyanne Conway.”

Levin was not the funny woman’s only target.

“People like Andy Cohen and Harvey Levin, who honestly just live to take women down, we need to speak up about,” she explained.

“I mean he really harassed me and treated me really poorly,” she said of Cohen.

Kathy Griffin says she's not being investigated for Trump photo Griffin said that on more than one occasion when she appeared on Cohen’s talk show “Watch What Happens Live,” he offered her cocaine in an office ahead of the taping.

“This is completely false and we are not going to credit it with any more attention,” Bravo said in a statement to the Daily News.

"I am completely stunned by this story," he wrote. "It is 100% false and totally made up."
Neighbor launches profanity-laced tirade against Kathy Griffin Griffin claimed that countless women in charge at Bravo and NBC — and her own agents — never had her back or gave her any support. She also confirmed that Cohen may walk around saying he doesn’t know who she is, but he in fact has two Emmys for her show “My Life on the D List.”

Griffin ultimately circled back that her goal was just to make people laugh — but proposed that Levin was attempting to blackmail her and coordinated her drama with Cohen.
“I’m on to you,” she said.

The number Griffin provided did go directly to Levin's line, but his mailbox was not accepting messages as of Saturday afternoon.

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