Ellen DeGeneres accused of calling 11-year-old boy 'fat and stupid'

Brenda Watkins
August 10, 2020

The allegations against Ellen DeGeneres are getting uglier by the day, after she was said to be complicit in propagation a "toxic work environment" on the sets of her talk show by a bunch of former employees.

"One incident stands out in my mind", he added, "I was sitting beside her desk. She would criticize my clothes".

"She actually went out of her way to attempt and hurt somebody who had been under her serving her", the 35-year old informed that the US Daily Mail.

"I would dread going to my mom's office to see her after school or on a day if I was sick and Ellen was there, ' Gravolet recalled". You're going to try to take money away from me for two weeks because you don't like the way my nails looked? It is unnecessarily cruel and outside of touch, also does not know the consequences. Her image as one of the nicest people on the planet has been shattered.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show's rankings go downhill&. And on Thursday, the accusations continue, only this time it's about something far further back in Ellen's past when she was growing up in Louisiana.

"Ellen had been" discouraged by covering the allegations" while the investigation was recovered but she delivered a letter to employees and confessed that she needed to accept responsibility since her title was in the very best. "That will change and I am dedicated to ensuring that this doesn't occur again".

This isn't the first time Ellen has been accused of treating celebrities more favourably than those on her staff.

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The outlet said some staff claimed to have been fired because they took medical leave or bereavement days to attend family funerals.

Comedian Chris Farah first made the allegations in a March Twitter thread about disgusting run-ins with Ellen, and this week, told her story to the U.S. branch of the Daily Mail.

"Isn't always great? No", said a former staffer. She was not friendly with people, that I noticed.

Executive producers Ed Glavin, Mary Connelly, and Andy Lassner said in joint statement that they "have strived to create an open, safe and inclusive work environment" over the past 16 years.

An internal investigation by parent company WarnerMedia is allegedly taking place after employees came forward about experiencing "racism, fear, and intimidation" while working on the talk show.

He branded DeGeneres "notoriously one of the meanest people alive".

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