Kathy Griffin Reportedly Questioned By Secret Service Over Trump Photo

The interview took over an hour, according to one journalist. 

By Gina Tron

Controversy over Kathy Griffin’s bloody photograph of her holding a fake, severed head of President Donald Trump continues.

Griffin “has been interviewed by the Secret Service, in-person, for over an hour,” political journalist and New York Magazine writer Yashar Ali reported in a tweet posted Monday. He wrote that the investigation is “still not closed.”

Griffin herself has not spoken about the recent meeting, but she did indicate she was under federal investigation in a tweet last week.

The photo of Griffin was released over a month ago. Its contents sparked outrage and Griffin apologized for the image. She has since accused Donald Trump of “trying to ruin [her] life forever” after the scandal.

"As a result of the first family bullying her, she has been vilified, getting death threats, fired from multiple jobs and had multiple events canceled," her attorney, Lisa Bloom said.

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