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Kathy Griffin has been interviewed by the Secret Service "for over an hour" in relation to her ISIS-style photoshoot where she held up the severed head of President Trump, according to writer Yashar Ali.
Ali is a Griffin-sympathizer who was one of the first to obtain a comment from her after she released her beheading shoot. She initially defended the stunt as art and said it was in response to Trump's comments about Megyn Kelly's "bleeding." Ali later deleted the tweets at her request and posted her apology.
"News: Kathy Griffin has been interviewed by the Secret Service, in-person, for over an hour....investigation still not closed," Ali tweeted on Monday.
Last month, Griffin's lawyers confirmed she was under investigation by the Secret Service and said they're "going to fully cooperate."
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