Kathy Griffin Andy Cohen Diss Isn't Funny ... He's 'Deeply Misogynistic'

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Though he told Cohen on Watch What Happens Live that they remained friends, Griffin told NY magazine's The Cut that their relationship was ruined because she felt he didn't reach out to her about the controversy soon enough.

"Was my boss for 10 years", Griffin later tweeted about the Bravo exec. 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.

Kathy Griffin is ripping into Andy Cohen for dissing her to a TMZ photog - and says he was a terrible misogynist to her while she was at Bravo. "You guys know I'm no prude but I'm kind of like a straightedge, I thought he was kidding the first time".

"The whole time I was working there, I didn't know how Andy Cohen wanted to be me ..." "Treated me like a dog". However, a source tells Us, "It's no secret that the two are not friends".

"I'm on to you", she said".

The YouTube video also calls out CNN president Jeff Zucker and the other Bravo executives who didn't support her during her six-season run of My Life on the D-List and her short-lived stint on Fashion Police. "He was asking me to do cocaine with him, that made me very uncomfortable". Ms. Griffin said on Twitter that Mr. Cohen was her boss for a decade.

Kathy Griffin takes aim at Harvey Levin after he posted on TMZ a video where Andy Cohen claimed he did not know his former employee.

Blogger Perez Hilton shared his own response to Griffin's video and declared that she will never work in Hollywood 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. Twitter also lit up with reactions to Griffin's video.