Jessica is still working for Kathy Griffin

Jessica Zajicek, Kathy Griffin’s original giggling assistant, is still working for the comedian and reality show star despite a report that she’d quit.

“There’s no truth to the story,” an unnamed representative for Kathy told Access Hollywood.

Perez Hilton, taking a break from drawing inane comments on photos with Microsoft Paint, reported last week that Jessica quit because, as an “insider” allegedly said, “Jessica had just had enough of Kathy. She put up with her for several years. She couldn’t take it anymore.”

Of course, Jessica is also famous because of Kathy and My Life on the D-List, so it’s hard to believe she couldn’t take the fame (and fortune?) that came as a direct result of her association with Kathy and pretty much nothing else.

Kathy Griffin’s Rep: ‘There’s No Truth To The Story’ Of Kathy’s Assistant Leaving [Access Hollywood]
So Long, Farewell! [Perez Hilton]

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