Kathy Griffin Puts TMZ Founder Harvey Levin's Phone Number Online

Controversial US comedian Kathy Griffin has attacked Harvey Levin, the founder of celebrity news website TMZ, and released his personal phone number.

She also publicly shamed CNN's Jeff Zucker over her lost New Year's Eve show gig alongside Anderson Cooper, and a few other major issues that have gone on in her career, as well.

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

"I just want you guys to know Harvey Levin, Harvey Levin a blogger, is very much in bed with everyone from Hollywood to Donald Trump", she said.

Cohen was one of the executives overseeing Griffin's show, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. which ran for six seasons on Bravo.

The interviewer responded, incredulously, "Kathy Griffin!".

The controversy following the video also saw her tour cancelled, despite Griffin making a tearful public apology to the President.

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

Kathy Griffin slammed Andy Cohen as "deeply misogynistic" after the Bravo producer pretended he had no idea who Ms. Griffin was during a street interview Thursday. The "Watch What Happens Live" host is denying every accusation that the comedian levied against him. "I didn't know Andy Cohen was on the red carpet, trying to be amusing and asking questions on BravoTV.com".

But when asked if he had spoken to Kathy, Cohen made it clear he had no intention of doing so, joking around as he said "Who?' and insisted he 'didn't know" her. "Maybe you do", she said in the YouTube video.

"The whole time I was working there, I didn't know how Andy Cohen wanted to be me ..."

Griffin also took aim at TMZ chief Harvey Levin, playing a voicemail from him in which he gives his telephone number.

Griffin explained she took the measure because TMZ helped fueled the rage against her after she took a photo of a fake severed head resembling Donald Trump. A Bravo spokesperson also told Us Weekly, "This is completely false and we are not going to credit it with any more attention". As People notes, she took issue with Cohen and the network's handling of the show.

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