Kathy Griffin Releases Harvey Levin’s Phone Number, Claims Andy Cohen Asked Her To Do Cocaine

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Kathy Griffin Harvey Levin Phone Number

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Kathy Griffin Harvey Levin Phone Number

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Kathy Griffin released Harvey Levin’s phone number on Saturday, revealing the private information in a YouTube video. The comedienne said she was doing so in retaliation for how he’s treated her. But she also went after Andy Cohen, alleging he asked her to do cocaine before “Watch What Happens Live.”

The video begins with Griffin slamming TMZ and it’s role in kicking off the scandal that plagued her earlier this year when she posed for a photo with a replica of Donald Trump’s bloody head. “It’s not at all over. It’s still going on. In fact, it’s gotten worse for me,” she says. Griffin then plays a voicemail Levin allegedly just left for her on Friday, asking her to call him. She plays the message in its entirety, purposefully so people can hear the phone number that he asks her to call him back on.

“So that’s his number. And I don’t have a minute to call him. Maybe you do,” she says afterward. “The reason I did that is that during the entire Trump scandal, I was doxxed so much, people obviously got my phone number, my address. The Trumpers came after me, and I just want you guys to know, Harvey Levin, a blogger, is very much in bed with everybody from Hollywood to Donald Trump. So, during my two-month investigation, phone numbers got out [for] my mom, and my mom got death threats at her retirement village, and my sister, while she was dying of cancer got death threats at her apartment. So that’s why I’m putting that out there.”

Griffin continues, “Now I know because I did that, I’m probably going to have this taken off social media right away or whatever, so I’m actually asking you guys, if you can preserve this tape in some way and maybe spread it around.” She adds, “Oh, and by the way Harvey, where the [expletive] did you get my personal cell number? And who the [expletive] do you think you are harassing me on my cell phone, calling me directly? Where’d you get my number? Your good friend Lisa Bloom?”

Bloom, who initially represented Griffin at the beginning of the scandal, and the star recently had their own war of words in the media. As the video goes on, Griffin switches topics, bad-mouthing Cohen, who seemingly shaded her in a TMZ video this week, but also goes back to Levin, and suggests he’s in cahoots with Trump and speaking to him multiple times a week. “Is that okay with you guys?” she asks. “The president is talking with a gossip blogger?!” Griffin then returns to the subject of Cohen, alleging he not only treated her badly when he was a Bravo executive overseeing “My Life On The D-List,” but also asked her to do “blow” with him before a “Watch What Happens Live” taping.

“He’s going to say he was kidding. No! He was asking me to do cocaine with him,” insists Griffin, a self-described “straight-edge.” “That made me very uncomfortable… I don’t know why he gets away with that.” She further “calls out” other NBC Universal executives she claims did her wrong, and then brings up TMZ again, calling it a “deeply misogynistic website,” where the “ageism is out of control with this guy Harvey Levin.” Griffin also mentions Levin’s sexual orientation, calls his TMZ TV show “[expletive],” and says he’s “no different than a straight-up deplorable.”

She declares, “You are a gay, male version of Kellyanne Conway.” Griffin then claims Levin tried to “brainwash” her into “being a Trump fan,” and asserts, “So I just want everyone to know TMZ is very much in bed with this administration.” She goes on to beg, “If you and Andy Cohen and all these other complicit bitches can just stop and let me do my job. I just want to make people laugh.” But at the same time, she says she doesn’t care what Levin will do to her. “I ran out of [expletive] to give, Harvey,” she says, “certainly about you or Andy Cohen.”

Griffin then changes focus again to attack her former agents and publicists, as well as CNN head Jeff Zucker, who was her boss for the network’s annual New Year’s special until she was fired. “The reason I’m doing this tape is because of the Trump photo, because of the faux outrage that was pushed by Anderson [Cooper’s] tweet and TMZ and obviously, literally, the federal government,” she says. She then claims she’s “on the Interpol list,” and has been “detained alone at every single airport” while on her current international comedy tour. “So when I go to Singapore, if I just don’t return, I just want you guys to know that’s why, because I took a picture of a mask with ketchup on it,” she says, concluding, “One last thing: Hey, Jeff! Happy New Year.”

UPDATE: Cohen tweeted in response to Griffin’s claims, “I am completely stunned by this story. It is 100% false and totally made up.”

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