Troubled comedienne Kathy Griffin is set to hold a news conference today to accuse the Trump family of bullying her. Griffin's career crashed and burned earlier this week when she pretended to decapitate President Trump in a controversial photo shoot with photographer Tyler Shields.
Griffin, 56, will speak for the first time since the infamous photo caused a massive backlash around the world.
Like a typical narcissist, Griffin plans to shift the focus onto the Trump family by claiming the Trumps "bullied" her.
The decision to hold a conference comes after Griffin hired attorney Lisa Bloom to help repair her public image after she was fired by CNN and dumped by her sponsors including the makers of the Squatty Potty.
Bobby Edwards, CEO of Squatty Potty, said “My heart fell into my stomach,” when he saw the grisly image of Griffin holding what looked like Trump's blood-soaked severed head.
“I was totally disappointed and heartbroken and I thought this campaign, we have to kill it. We cannot have her with this image," said Edwards.
“When you see an image like that that’s so divisive and so disturbing, you don’t have a decision, really,” added Edwards. “It was the total disrespect for the office of the presidency and decorum and the way we conduct ourselves. It crossed the line and was very offensive, not only to me but to people I love.”