Kathy Griffin Puts TMZ Founder Harvey Levin's Phone Number Online

29 October, 2017, 02:07 | Author: Pamela Mathis
  • Andy Cohen and Kathy Griffin feud

"I don't know her", a reference to Mariah Carey's infamous remark about not knowing Jennifer Lopez.

Kathy was reacting to a video we posted where Andy joked he had no idea who Kathy was.

After the 49-year-old Watch What Happens Live host said "didn't know" his former Bravo coworker, the 56-year-old comedian shared a 17-minute long video slamming Andy, saying that he was jealous of her before also claiming that he offered her cocaine before her interviews on his show.

Playing a voicemail from Levin that includes his private phone number, Griffin says that she has no interest in returning his phone call, but is comfortable sharing his information publicly as she was forced to field phone calls from angry Trump supporters who obtained her private info following the shock image that saw Kathy holding the head of Donald Trump earlier in 2017, as mentioned by the Inquisitr. Andy was a Bravo exec when Kathy's "My Life on the D-List" was airing.as well as several of her comedy specials.

Asked earlier this week about replacing Griffin on CNN's New Year's Eve Live with Anderson Cooper, Andy Cohen told TMZ, "Who?"




"I don't know", Mr. Cohen insisted, smiling.

Griffin says she's releasing the video, which she believes may be deleted, out of fear that she will be detained while out on her worldwide tour because she remains under federal investigation.

But it happened a second time!

"I'm on to you", she said". That made me very uncomfortable... He is NOT kidding w paps. Griffin co-hosted the show with Cooper from 2007 to 2016, but was sacked from CNN in May after taking part in a controversial photo shoot aimed at President Donald Trump. Was my boss for 10 years. "Treated me like a dog".

After that time, she never accepted an invitation to appear on his show again. Twitter also lit up with reactions to Griffin's video.

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