That didn’t last long…
While the funny lady initially defended the project which was “merely mocking the Mocker in Chief,” the My Life On The D-List star later changed her tune and issued a heartfelt apology.
In a video posted to Twitter, Griffin admits to “crossing the line” with the “disturbing” photo, and says she will ask Shields to take down the controversial snap.
To hear her plea for forgiveness, ch-ch-check out the video (below)!
[Image via WENN.]