Ellen DeGeneres ‘Feels Betrayed’ & ‘Wants To Get Off Her Show’ Amid Backstage Claims

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Ellen DeGeneres would like to “get off the show” after allegations about the “toxic” atmosphere among the staff of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.The 62-year-old comedian hosts one of the biggest shows on American television, but it has been alleged that she is looking to get away from it all.

A source told Us Weekly that Ellen felt “betrayed” by the number of allegations about her behavior and the actions of some of the executives that led staff to speak out.

The source said, “She’s p *** ed that people have come forward to share these negative stories about her and feel betrayed. “



Ellen DeGeneres reportedly had enough after allegations on her show

This left Ellen feeling like a “target” due to the success she has had.

The insider continued, “She knows she can be difficult at times, but believes that she works hard and is extremely creative and that it is a privilege to work for and be with her. ”

It all started with the show last month when 10 crew members from The Ellen DeGeneres Show took to Buzzfeed with allegations of fear and bullying as well as racism while working on the talk show. award-winning Emmy.



Ellen DeGeneres has faced a number of allegations

They felt that Ellen should have stepped in and stopped the behavior, as well as not having had any “diva” moments herself.

On July 30, Ellen reached out to her staff in a letter apologizing for what had happened and how they were feeling.

She told the show staff, “On the first day of our show, I told everyone at our first meeting that The Ellen DeGeneres Show would be a place of happiness – no one would ever raise their voice and everyone would be treated with respect.

“Obviously something has changed and I am disappointed to hear that it hasn’t. And for that, I’m sorry.

“Anyone who knows me knows that is the opposite of what I believe and hope for our show. “



Ellen DeGeneres has apologized to staff for complaints about a ‘toxic’ workplace

Just hours after the apology, Buzzfeed released a second report in which they alleged 36 other former employees came forward, some alleging sexual misconduct.

Executive producer Ed Glavin has reportedly decided to step down from his role, but he has not publicly responded to the allegations.

A former employee told Buzzfeed: “For someone who is so involved with the show and the creative aspect, and been in these meetings with her, it’s very difficult for me to understand the fact that she does not hear the same whisper.

“Unless she’s really right in that bubble.” “

Another added: “She knows the shit goes on, but she doesn’t want to hear it either. ”

Rumors that the show will be canceled were closed after longtime executive producer Andy Lassner said, “Nobody is going off the air. ”

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