The Kathy Griffin fiasco goes from bad to worse. We've had the mega-blunder and then the obligatory apology. At that point she should have gone into ultra-low profile, surfacing only to volunteer at soup kitchens or clean parks.
But, of course, she didn't.
And that raises a question that has troubled me from the start: what were her advisors saying?
No one, during the entire planning of the photo shoot, said, "You know, an ISIS-like beheading photo might not be a good idea."
And then, during the planning to make a post-apology press conference to portray herself as the victim, no one said, "Nope. Bad move. Don't even think about it."
The fact that she could find a lawyer who would nod approvingly at the idea is meaningless. You can always find one like that. A serious advisor would have counseled, "You'll make a fool out of yourself and worsen an already bad situation. Go read a book or listen to music but don't go near the press."
If her recent actions have been based on advice from friends, she might consider getting some from enemies.