Four some-more theaters announced Thursday they had canceled performances with Kathy Griffin after a comedian acted with a correspondence of President Donald Trump’s severed head.
Venues in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania canceled Nov shows. The Community Arts Theater in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, posted on a website that a uncover had been forsaken “due to a new debate surrounding Kathy Griffin and a regard for a reserve and confidence of a congregation and staff….”
Earlier this week, CNN pronounced Griffin would no longer co-host a live New Year’s Eve special from Times Square, a gig she’d had for some-more than a decade, and another uncover was canceled during a New Mexico casino. An publicity understanding with Squatty Potty also ended.
Though Griffin, 56, apologized within hours of a images appearing online Tuesday, they were met with quick and widespread condemnation.
Trump after tweeted that Griffin “should be ashamed of herself” for posting a images.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday called Griffin “disgusting” and pronounced a print was “completely outrageous.”
Attorney Lisa Bloom says Griffin will plead a print and video during a press discussion scheduled for Friday.
The comic has faced controversies before for her disintegrating humor, though nothing as widespread as a one generated by Tuesday’s images.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.