Kathy Griffin is complaining about the fallout from her arrogant and truly disgusting publicity stunt.
She was basically unemployable in America and has been doing tours overseas. She lost her agent and most paid gigs.
She decided to make a movie and finance it herself and now she is having a hard time selling it.
But rather than change her ways and earning what every American celebrity always seems to get – a 2nd chance – she is lashing out and blaming others for her misfortune.
From Fox News:
“You can be as offended by that photo all you want, that doesn’t bother me at all,” Griffin told AP in an interview published on Monday.
“But I want people to know I didn’t break the law. If you take a photo like that, you didn’t break the law. ‘
“I didn’t violate the First Amendment in any way. If you take a photo like that, you didn’t violate the First Amendment in any way.”
The 58-year-old comedian, actress and writer said she was unable to land work due to the backlash she had received and said she knew the moment would be regarded as “an important, historic story,” thus she decided to film her life journey in the aftermath as a way to tell her story the way she intended.
“I kept saying, ‘I think this is an important, historic story,'” Griffin said. “The President and the Department of Justice shouldn’t make you unemployable and uninsurable.”
“Look, I made it at Kinkos, OK? I’m still on the D-list,” Griffin joked, referencing the Bravo reality series, “My Life on the D-List,” which ran for six seasons and earned her two Emmy Awards.
“I just want people to know you don’t have to go down. You can take a few punches, but after I kick the bucket, I want somebody to go, ‘You know that crazy red head? They got her but she didn’t go down.'”
“Andy Cohen treated me like a dog. He was one of the worst bosses I’ve ever had,” she said. “The guy decides the entire slate at Bravo and he gave himself a talk show that magically gets renewed every year.”