It’s no secret that Andy Cohen and Kathy Griffin are not friends. But Griffin just took their feud to a whole new level with a nearly 20-minute video accusing Cohen of drug use and misogynistic behavior.
In the video, a stoic Griffin sits in front of a camera and responds to an interview Cohen did with TMZ photographers outside Los Angeles International Airport last week, where he said he didn’t know her. In her video, Griffin refuted Cohen’s statements by detailing two times she went on his show, Watch What Happens Live, saying he offered her cocaine both times.
“Both times I did the show, right before we went live, Andy Cohen privately asked me in an office if I wanted to do blow,” Griffin said. “I’ve never had a drink in my life. You guys know I’m no prude, but I’m kind of like a straightedge, I thought he was kidding the first time.”
She added, “I was hoping he was kidding, the second time I do the show, same thing. So once again we’re alone in an office and he’s like, ‘Wanna do some coke?’ And I’m thinking, ‘He’s serious!’ Trust me, he’s going to say he’s kidding and everything… no. He was asking me to do cocaine with him. That made me very uncomfortable.”
Griffin said Cohen’s behavior is the reason she never went on his show again.
In addition to those instances, Cohen was Griffin’s boss for a decade, and she claims he behaved inappropriately in that capacity as well.
“Treated me like a dog. Deeply misogynistic,” she said.
Cohen has responded to Griffin’s allegations in a tweet, writing, “I am completely stunned by this story. It is 100% false and totally made up.”
I am completely stunned by this story. It is 100% false and totally made up.
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) October 28, 2017
Bravo also released a statement, saying only, “This is completely false and we are not going to credit it with any more attention.”
Meanwhile, Griffin, who has stayed under the radar since she lost multiple jobs over a photo shoot she did with a prop made to look like the decapitated head of Donald Trump, is being cheered on Twitter for the video.