Kathy Griffin Claims Double Standard But Says She Will Be a Legend

“I didn’t commit a crime,” she said. “I didn’t rape anybody. I didn’t assault anybody. I didn’t get a DUI. I mean, my God, there are celebrities that fucking kill people,” told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview conducted from her nine bedroom mansion that she calls her “fuck you house”.

In the new cover story, Griffin shares details leading up to releasing the decapitated Trump head photo that has destroyed her career, and talks about the dizzying downward spiral that happened after its release. Griffin tells THR that even friends and family members were upset with her for releasing the photograph. Since then Griffin has made many attempts to repair the damage- apologies, youtube videos, even consulting ‘crisis experts’ for pr help, but says she she is the victim of a double standard. “When you’re a woman, you get one fuckup, and it’s over. When you’re a guy, you get chance after chance after chance,” she said in the interview.

Although platforms like NBC Universal properties and Netflix won’t touch her, she’s confident that will change, even if its not in her lifetime. “The minute I do something that makes money, they will all love me again,” she says. “When I’m dead, I’ll be a legend. But not now.”

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  1. Bill

    February 1, 2018 at 10:54 am

    Kathy Griffin is old, unattractive and unfunny. Now add desperate. Her career is gone. Yes, she is a victim….of her own stupidity.

  2. s.m.

    February 2, 2018 at 9:55 pm

    She will never be a legend because she is a never was people tolerated her trailer trash ugly ass until she crossed the line now nobody cares. If she was anything before she would have been forgiven but being as pathetic as she is now she is trying to pull the victim card and get women to back her …. wrong its not because she is a woman its because she sucks face it and good bye ugly.

  3. Doris Dey

    February 3, 2018 at 10:06 am

    She will ONLY be remembered as the comic who ruined her career by mocking victims of beheadings for her own personal gain.