Kathy Griffin Claims 'WWHL' Host Andy Cohen Offered Her Cocaine

Oscar Cross
October 29, 2017

"Was my boss for 10 years", Griffin later tweeted about the Bravo exec. Griffin and Cooper had a major falling out after 17 years of friendship following her controversial Trump photo shoot.

Griffin sat in front of a camera to address an interview Cohen did with TMZ photographers at the Los Angeles International Airport on Friday, October 27, in which he slighted the former My Life on the D-List star by pretending he didn't know her.

"That's his number. And I don't have a minute to call him".

Cohen replaced Griffin as the co-host for CNN's New Year's Eve Celebration alongside Anderson Cooper after she was sacked, so it's no surprise there's bad blood.

"Who the f*** do you think you are, harassing me and calling me [at my] private number?", she asks. "You guys know I'm no prude but I'm kind of like a straightedge, I thought he was kidding the first time". Ms. Griffin said on Twitter that Mr. Cohen was her boss for a decade.

'He was like, 'Do you want to do some coke?' I'm thinking he is serious!... That made me very uncomfortable... "Treated me like a dog".

The comedian claims that Cohen, who replaced her on CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast with Anderson Cooper, offered her cocaine-twice!-before her two appearances on WWHL.

Griffin has gone even further with her YouTube video, attacking another media personality, giving out his phone number, and playing his voice mail to her-as well as zinging NBC bigwig Jeff Zucker.

After that time, she never accepted an invitation to appear on his show again.

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.

The jam-packed video also drags Bravo, and in essence, NBCUniversal - and Griffin is fully aware of it.

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