"I was told that they would happily sign on to my style and all that other stuff, you know, but it's kind of like buying a house. You don't really know until you spend the first night there if there is a dog that barks next door or if there is a neighbor that's a certain way," Griffin explained. "I really didn't know until I took the seat, but no harm, no foul. They were very nice to me. It just wasn't the right thing for me."
Griffin went on to say she enlisted the help of Girls star and creator Lena Dunham -- a fellow feminist -- when she was crafting the statement she released to the public last Friday, announcing she had quit Fashion Police.