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    Actors Lea Thompson and Brad Garrett backed claims that TV host Elle DeGeneres doesn’t treat people too kindly. Garrett, who has been on DeGeneres’ day-time talk show six times, tweeted about how “horribly” the TV host had treated people, according to a report published Saturday by Page Six. Sorry but it comes from the top ⁦@TheEllenShow Know more than one who were treated horribly by her.⁩ Common knowledge. DeGeneres Sends Emotional Apology to Staff – Variety https://t.co/D0uxOgyyre — Brad Garrett (@RealBradGarrett) July 31, 2020 “Sorry but it comes from the top ⁦@TheEllenShow,” Garrett tweeted. “Know more than one who were treated horribly by her.⁩ Common knowledge.” His tweet was in response to an article about DeGeneres’ alleged apology sent in...
    The hits keep coming for Ellen DeGeneres. Last week, news broke that DeGeneres, 62, sent a note to her staffers to apologize for the poor work environment that employees have publicly accused her show of fostering in recent weeks. In addition to complaints about the show in general, the comedian has herself been accused of rude behavior, including by her bodyguard from the 2014 Oscars, who called her "cold" and claimed she never even said hello to him. 'ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW' EXECUTIVE PRODUCER CLAIMS 'NOBODY IS GOING OFF THE AIR' When DeGeneres' letter to her staffers leaked to the press on Thursday, actor Brad Garrett took to Twitter to react to the news, accusing the hostess of poor behavior by...
    Two Hollywood celebrities are blowing the whistle on Ellen DeGeneres, claiming that it is “common knowledge” that the talk show host mistreated employees. Actors Brad Garrett and Lea Thompson have added their voices to the dozens of former staffers of The Ellen DeGeneres Show who have alleged a toxic work environment. Some ex-employees have accused producers on the show of sexual assault and harassment, while other have alleged they were fired for taking sick leave and bereavement days. Many of the former staffers who made the accusations to Buzzfeed News in recent weeks have claimed that the office culture was emotionally abusive. Neither Garrett nor Thompson have accused Ellen DeGeneres of sexual misconduct. But Garrett tweeted Friday that he knows...
    TikTok responds to Trump: Millions in US using app for connection amid pandemic Report: More than five St. Louis Cardinals players test positive for COVID-19 Lea Thompson backs up Brad Garretts claim that Ellen DeGeneres treated people horribly: True story © JB Lacroix / Getty Images Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic/Getty Images Lea Thompson responded to claims about Ellen DeGeneres. JB Lacroix / Getty Images Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic/Getty Images Lea Thompson agreed with Brad Garrett's claim that it was "common knowledge" that Ellen DeGeneres mistreated people. Garrett said on Twitter Friday that the reportedly toxic work environment at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" "comes from the top." He added that it's "common knowledge" that the host treated people "horribly." The "Back to the...
    Lea Thompson responded to claims about Ellen DeGeneres. JB Lacroix / Getty Images Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic/Getty Images Lea Thompson agreed with Brad Garrett's claim that it was "common knowledge" that Ellen DeGeneres mistreated people. Garrett said on Twitter Friday that the reportedly toxic work environment at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" "comes from the top." He added that it's "common knowledge" that the host treated people "horribly." The "Back to the Future" actress responded to Garrett's comment and wrote, "True story. It is." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Lea Thompson seconded Brad Garrett's claim that it was "common knowledge" that Ellen DeGeneres mistreated people on her show. Amid negative reports containing accounts from current and former employees describing a toxic...
    Heard all of it earlier than. Lea Thompson is backing Brad Garrett‘s allegations that Ellen DeGeneres has a observe report of mistreatment on her daytime speak present. “Sorry however it comes from the highest ⁦@TheEllenShow,” the Everyone Loves Raymond alum, 60, tweeted on Friday, July 31. “[I] know a couple of [person] who had been [sic] handled horribly by her.⁩ Frequent data.” The Again to the Future actress, 59, tweeted in response, “True story. It’s.”Lea Thompson, Brad Garrett and Ellen DeGeneres. Shutterstock (3)Earlier this month, WarnerMedia launched an inside investigation into The Ellen DeGeneres Present after BuzzFeed Information reported that 10 former staff claimed they skilled racism, worry and intimidation whereas engaged on the acclaimed speak present. DeGeneres, 62,...
    Lea Thompson backed fellow actor Brad Garrett's claims about Ellen DeGeneres' infamously bad behavior on her personal Twitter page on Friday.  'True story. It is,' wrote the 59-year-old Back to the Future star in response to Garrett's sentiment that Ellen's mistreatment is 'common knowledge' in Hollywood. On Thursday night, Garrett also revealed  that he happens to 'know more than one who were treated horribly by [Ellen],' though he did not provide any specific allegations. True Story: Lea Thompson substantiated fellow actor Brad Garrett's claims about Ellen DeGeneres' infamously bad behavior on her personal Twitter page on Friday; Lea pictured in 2019 Garrett added that allegations of mistreatment came 'from the top' and he made sure to tag DeGeneres' personal Twitter account.  'Sorry...
    Trump releases 2019 financial disclosure report Angelo Leo: From Albuquerque to Las Vegas to the top Lea Thompson Responds to Brad Garrett’s Claims About Ellen DeGeneres: True Story Leah Thompson is agreeing with Brad Garrett's assessment of the allegedly toxic work environment on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. © Provided by People Getty Images (3) Leah Thompson, Ellen DeGeneres, Brad Garrett The Back to the Future actress, 59, responded on Twitter Friday to PEOPLE's report of Garrett's comments on the daytime talk show's culture. "Sorry but it comes from the top ⁦@TheEllenShow," the Everybody Loves Raymond star, who appeared as a guest on the show six times between 2004 and 2007, wrote on Twitter, tagging Ellen DeGeneres. "Know more than one who were treated...
    Marines: 8 still missing, 1 confirmed dead after sea tank sinks off California coast At least 150 hospitalized due to salmonella outbreak in 48 states Everybody Loves Raymond actor Brad Garrett says Ellen mistreating people is common knowledge © Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Ellen DeGeneres. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Brad Garrett called out Ellen DeGeneres on Twitter Friday, claiming that he knows multiple people who were mistreated by her and that it was "common knowledge." Both DeGeneres and "The Ellen DeGeneres" show have come under fire recently, with BuzzFeed News reporting that former employees alleged that the show had a toxic work environment. Distributor WarnerMedia has opened an internal investigation into the workplace culture of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Visit...
    Ellen DeGeneres. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Brad Garrett called out Ellen DeGeneres on Twitter Friday, claiming that he knows multiple people who were mistreated by her and that it was "common knowledge." Both DeGeneres and "The Ellen DeGeneres" show have come under fire recently, with BuzzFeed News reporting that former employees alleged that the show had a toxic work environment. Distributor WarnerMedia has opened an internal investigation into the workplace culture of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Everybody Loves Raymond" actor Brad Garrett called television personality Ellen DeGeneres out on Twitter Friday, saying that her mistreatment of people was "common knowledge." Yesterday, a letter that DeGeneres wrote to staff regarding recent allegations about...
    Chip Somodevilla The past several months have been full of turmoil for the beloved talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres. Back in March, a thread began on Twitter where former employees of The Ellen DeGeneres Show shared their horror stories of working on set. Others who had either met Ellen or came into contact with her on the NBC lot also detailed stories of her alleged rude behavior and things have gone down the tubes since. Actor Brad Garrett is the latest celebrity to speak out on the allegations against Ellen, tweeting that he knows people who have been treated poorly by her in the past. The Everybody Loves Raymond actor tweeted just past midnight on Friday where he shared an article...
    Brad Garrett joined those criticizing Ellen DeGeneres for the working conditions on her daytime talk show on Thursday. The Everybody Loves Raymond actor tweeted in response to news of the 62-year-old TV hosts written apology to her staff that seemed to lay the blame on underlings. Garrett, 60, responded that allegations of mistreatment came 'from the top' and tagged DeGeneres' personal Twitter account. Naming names: Brad Garrett, 60, tweeted that allegations of workplace mistreatment on the Ellen DeGeneres Show came 'from the top' while tagging the host on Thursday; pictured in 2019 'Sorry but it comes from the top ⁦@TheEllenShow Know more than one who were treated horribly by her.⁩ Common knowledge,' he tweeted. Although Garrett was a six-time...
    BRAD Garrett has claimed Ellen DeGeneres' 'horrible' behaviour is 'common knowledge'. The Everybody Loves Raymond star made the shock admission on Twitter, and wrote: "Sorry but it comes from the top ⁦@TheEllenShow." 7Brad made the shock admission on TwitterCredit: Twitter Brad - who has appeared as a guest on the talk show six times between 2004 and 2007 - added: "Know more than one who were treated horribly by her.⁩ Common knowledge." Rumors of The Ellen Show being a “toxic” place for staff and crew began swirling after former staffers alleged that senior executives, who work behind the scenes at the show, groped and kissed employees and solicited one of them for oral sex. Ed Glavin, an executive producer, was...
    Brad Garrett called out Ellen DeGeneres over her apology to staff, noting that stories of the allegedly toxic work environment on her daytime talk show were “common knowledge.” After numerous accusations from current and former employees of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” about a toxic work environment prompted WarnerMedia to launch an internal investigation, the host herself finally spoke out in a memo to staff. "On day one of our show, I told everyone in 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," she began. "Obviously, something changed, and I am disappointed to learn that this has not been the case....