Kathy Griffin’s millionaire CEO neighbor went off on her and her boyfriend after they called the cops on his grandchildren for being too “noisy.”
Griffin, who is now a household name after her disgusting stunt of pretending to behead President Trump, now has neighbor troubles on top of her professional and social problems.
KB Home CEO Jeffrey Mezger was livid after Kathy’s boyfriend, who does not even live in the house, called the cops on his grandkids. He had several colorful words for them, and it wasn’t pretty.
“They were not screaming,” he said, “They were just playing, with their mother and grandmother supervising.”
The Huffington Post, which first reported the story, says it obtained audio of the altercation from Bick himself from a security camera on their property. Bick claims that he called in the noise complaint after hours of excessive partying on Mezger’s property. After the police addressed the noise complaint, Mezger can be heard on the recording shouting homophobic expletives at Griffin and Bick, calling her a, “c–t,” ‘d–e,” mocking her shaved head and bringing up her recent controversy.
“Hey Randy, go f–k yourself. Seriously? You call on my grandkids at 9 o’clock? You’re not even the f—ing owner. You’re stuck with a f—ing bald d–e who Donald Trump kind of put the heat on,” Mezger can be heard shouting in the video. “Now you’re calling the cops? F–k you and f–k Kathy. You’re not our f—ing neighbor, you’re a f—ing a—–e.”
As People notes, Griffin shaved her head recently out of solidarity for her sister Joyce Griffin, who died of an undisclosed form of cancer last week. Mezger has been the CEO and chairman of KB Home since 2006, but has worked at the company since 1993, according to his biography on the company’s website.
In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for KB Home said that the audio recording in question appears to have been edited, but admits that it is Mezger speaking in the recording.
A statement was issued, apologizing for his outburst. It reads, “Mr. Mezger regrets losing his temper and the language he used. It does not reflect who he is or what he believes and he has apologized to Ms. Griffin in writing for using that language.”