A few days ago, as you've surely heard by now, Kathy Griffin released some images from a photo shoot she did with Tyler Shields.
In the most scandalous photos, Kathy was holding a model of what looked like Donald Trump's bloody decapitated head.
It did not go over well.
In one fell swoop, she managed to piss off the entire internet -- and she even deeply disturbed Trump and his family.
She was fired from a few gigs, dragged all to hell in the media, both traditional and social ... it was bad.
And though she released a video apologizing for the photo shortly after it was published, today she did a press conference addressing the ongoing controversy.
In the conference, which Kathy did alongside her lawyer, she was very emotional, and at one point, she even broke down.
"I don't think I will have a career after this," she said. "I think he ... I'm going to be honest, he broke me. He broke me, and then I was like, 'No, this isn't right.'"
She said that she was sincere in her original apology, but that she feels that Trump and his team are trying to turn the controversy into a distraction.
About her CNN firing, she said it was "sad" and "hurtful."
"There's a bunch of old white guys trying to silence me, and I'm just hear to say that's wrong," she continued. "You don't have to like me, but you shouldn't silence a comic."
She also pointed out how strange it is that the President of the United States is going after, in her words, "D-list comedian Kathy Griffin."
As she said in her apology, she did cross a line with the photo, but she still feels like the backlash is extreme.
After all, she's hardly the first famous person to criticize Trump in such a brutal way, but she's the first to get destroyed over it.
Check out the press conference in the video below: