Kathy Griffin
Kathy Griffin has been completely exonerated. Pictured: Griffin speaks during a press conference at The Bloom Firm on June 2, 2017 in Woodland Hills, California. Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown

Kathy Griffin recently confirmed that she is no longer under federal investigation for posting a photo of a fake decapitated head of President Donald Trump on social media.

On Friday, the comedian posted a tweet saying that the case has already been closed and that she has been completely exonerated. Griffin also reposted an article written by the Associated Press which states that there is no truth to the rumors that she will face jail time for what she did two months ago.

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In May, Griffin posed for famed photographer Tyler Shields in an attempt to make a statement. The photo featured Griffin holding a fake decapitated head of the president of the United States. She and Shields uploaded the snap on their respective social media accounts. A few minutes later, they received negative comments for their bold move.

After receiving massive online backlash, Griffin apologized to the public for posting the photo and said that she didn’t mean any harm. However, several celebrities took offense to what she did. Amid the scandal, CNN also announced that they have decided to cut all ties with Griffin. This means that she will no longer be hosting the New Year’s Eve special program with her co-host and good friend, Anderson Cooper.

A few days after releasing her public apology, Griffin held a press conference in which she stated that the Trump family has been bullying her. Griffin also claimed that Trump broke her.

Meanwhile, the Secret Service paid a visit to Griffin’s home earlier this month in relation to the photo that she uploaded, and later deleted, on social media. According to USA Today, the Secret Service is the one responsible for checking possible threats against the president of the country. Unfortunately, the Secret Service rarely comments on their investigations.

According to the New York Daily News, the members of the Secret Service spoke with Griffin at her home for approximately one hour. In June, Griffin posted a cryptic tweet directed at TMZ where she indirectly noted that she is under federal investigation. Since the backlash, Griffin has maintained a low profile and has not made headlines due to other issues.