Kathy Griffin offers to hire the stylist who accused Ryan Seacrest of sexual misconduct

Lauren Tuck
News Editor

Kathy Griffin wants to help Suzie Hardy, the stylist who accused Ryan Seacrest of sexual misconduct, because no one did the same for her after she faced public backlash for appearing in a photo shoot in which she held a bloodied severed fake head of President Trump.

Kathy Griffin (Photo: Getty Images)

“Hey Suzie Hardy, I will do for you that which no one did for me after May 30,” the 57-year-old comedienne tweeted on Sunday night. “After you were brave enough to speak out I’m happy to offer you a job as my stylist to dress me this week for Jimmy Kimmel and Real Time & I’ll PAY you. What ya think?”


Hardy went public with her claims against Seacrest last Monday, saying she was subjected to years of “unwanted sexual aggression.” Although she has yet to respond to Griffin’s offer, many on social media are weighing in.






Griffin has been vocal about the lack of support she received after the Trump scandal in May 2017. At the Writers Guild Awards in February, she said, “I just want to thank all the powerful writers and showrunners in this room for f***ing no support. Where the f*** have you been? … I was supposed to thank everyone for their support, and no one [lifted] their finger.”

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