Ellen DeGeneres could bid a goodbye to the talk show she is doing as at toxic workplace claims for an investigation.
As per the latest report, Ellen DeGeneres, 62 years has been talking with the from Warner Bros. and Telepictures, top executives, company which produces this show, to tell them that she is getting out of it completely. She feels that she cannot go with the show, and to make her personal brand recover is not to do the show completely.
On Thursday, she had revealed her recent basing, which happened behind the scene in “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” through a memo to staff.
She said that she wanted that no voice ever raises their voice, and all should be treated with respect. This is what is not happening now, and she is not like that.
The host said that she does not have a hint that all this bullying off-camera is happening allegedly, but sources of Telepictures claim that what was going on she knew it.
As per an insider, it is all about her show, and though she is blaming other executives, ultimately, she should be blamed for it.
In April, the allegation came that a member of production is left uninformed about their employment status or pay as there were coronavirus pandemic early stages.
Another hit about the show occurred when Buzzfeed published a report after interviewing around 36 staff members. Many of them put allegation for sexual misconduct from the top producers Jonathan Norman, Kevin Leman, and Ed Glavin.
As per the report, a daytime show former employee had accused Leman in 2013 at a company party for soliciting oral sex, while other ex-staff persons said that they have seen an executive grab the penis of a production assistant on many occasions. When Leman made sexual and crude jokes, then it is considered as sarcasm officially.
Many of the employees thought that Glavin being handsy with the women and particularly doing intimidation with women in the control room.
Three staff said that Noman to groom the staff try to attempt oral sex with him. Norman and Lehman had denied the allegations.
Before this sexual allegation came to light, so Andy Lassner, Mary Connelly, and Glavin, the show’s executive producers, will be shifting blame to themselves from DeGeneres. As all the responsibilities are of the producers.
But earlier this week, chairman of Reputation Management Consultants, Eric Schiffer, considered this a critical period of DeGeneres’s career. If any finding has been revealed as a toxic workplace, it would be a drastic end to their TV career.