Former employee of The Ellen DeGeneres Show go ahead and describe their work experiences Ellen DeGeneres‘daytime talk show.
On Thursday night, BuzzFeed News published a new investigation, in which dozens of former show staff members anonymously claimed executive producers engaged in sexual misconduct and harassment.
According to the publication, nearly a dozen former employees said it was common for a manufacturer (whose name E! News will not be shared) to make sexual comments in the office. This producer continues to deny claims made in the BuzzFeed article.
“BuzzFeed is full of false claims that are unintentional to me, my actions and everything I stand for. I recognize any type of sexual being worthy,”; the manufacturer told E! The news is told in part. “I fear that some of my humorous attempts may have caused guilt.”
“I always aim to treat everyone to the staff with kindness, harmony and respect,” the manufacturer continued. “Throughout my entire time on the show, to my knowledge, I have not had a single HR or inter-personal complaint made about me, and I have been overwhelmed by the belief that this kind of malicious and misleading can be published article. “