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Staff Says Ellen's Mistreatment Of Staff Is 'Common Knowledge'

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Staff Says Ellen's Mistreatment Of Staff Is 'Common Knowledge'

Staff Says Ellen's Mistreatment Of Staff Is 'Common Knowledge'

Brad Garrett is doubling down on a series of blistering allegations against Ellen DeGeneres.

DeGeneres apologized to the staff of her talk show in a memo following numerous accounts of abuse.

It came days after Warner Bros.

TV began an internal investigation into the workplace misconduct claims. Many of the claims were outlined in a BuzzFeed report earlier this month, reports HuffPost.

The news of these claims comes as a surprise to many who adore Ellen's bright persona.


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