Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Gossip: Bravo Responds To Kathy Griffin’s Drug Claims; Prince Harry Says People Are Spending Too Much Time Online

“This is completely false and we’re not going to credit it with any more attention.”

What Kathy claims happened:

Griffin charges that in the two times she appeared on “WWHL,” “Right before we went live, Andy Cohen privately asked me in an office in Embassy Row, which is the production company that does that sh*t show, if I wanted to do blow.”

Griffin said she’s a straight arrow and doesn’t even drink, adding, “I was hoping he was kidding.”
But she contended on YouTube that the second time she was on “WWHL” again alone in an office with Cohen, “He’s like, ‘Do you want to do some coke?’ I’m thinking he’s serious!…He was asking me to do cocaine with him. That made me very uncomfortable…I thought that was weird. I don’t know why he gets away with that.”

Griffin said she didn’t appear on Cohen’s talk show again. She claimed of Bravo boss Cohen, who oversaw her reality show “My Life on The D List,” “He really harassed me and treated me poorly.”

Prince Harry Says People Are Spending Too Much Time Online

He brought it up again when he was in Denmark:

Prince Harry is speaking out on the dangers of spending too much time on social media. On Thursday, the prince kicked off day two of his visit to Denmark with a visit to the Lagkagehuset bakery in Copenhagen, where he opened up about the effects of social media on young people’s mental health.

Addressing ambassadors for the “One of Us” mental health campaign — which provides support to young people with mental health issues — the prince said, “People are spending far too much time online and it’s like a mental running machine that they can’t get off. You wouldn’t put your body through such a workout,” he said during the event. “I’m the last person to say ban it but people are suffering from mental fatigue and getting burnt out. We all need to talk to each other more.”

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