Kathy Griffin was at a Los Angeles courthouse Tuesday morning ready to testify in her ongoing battle with her CEO neighbor, but she never got her chance.
As The Blast first reported, Griffin filed for a restraining order against Mezger — and then Mezger filed for one against Griffin — after the two neighbors had numerous confrontations centered around noise complaints.
Both sides showed up to court today to give testimony against the other, but they hit a snag. Turns out the judge only blocked out two hours for the hearing, but he realized he'd need two DAYS instead.
So rather than have them break the hearing up into two days, he continued the hearing until January 4.
Griffin and her legal team plan on submitting videos and audio clips into evidence that showed Mezger verbally harassing her and her boyfriend.
However, Mezger and his legal team contend that it's not him in the video, and tell us they will present evidence in the court hearing to support their claim.