Shileds and Griffin earlier this month in Los Angeles. (Photo: Earl Gibson III / Getty Images)

Just hours after a photo shoot featuring her bearing the bloody, decapitated fake head of Donald Trump surfaced online, Kathy Griffin has apologized for causing the online uproar she knew damn well a photo like that would produce. In a 30-second video posted to Twitter, a contrite Griffin says basically that she’s been a comedian for a long time, and so she sometimes loses perspective on what most people find offensive. “I went too far, I made a mistake, and I was wrong,” she says, adding that she will ask photographer Tyler Shields to take the image down from his website and social media channels. You can watch Griffin’s apology below.

I am sorry. I went too far. I was wrong. pic.twitter.com/LBKvqf9xFB

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) May 30, 2017

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