Former employees of the village Ellen Degeneres Show keep coming forward and describe your experience working on Ellen Degeneres‘daytime talk show.
On Thursday night, BuzzFeed News published a new investigation in which dozens of former employees of the show anonymously stated that executive producers are engaged in sexual misconduct and harassment.
According to the publication, almost a dozen former employees said that it was customary for one producer (whose name E! News will not be shared) to make commercial sexual comments in the office. This producer continued to deny the claims set out in the BuzzFeed article.
“BuzzFeed is full of false statements that misrepresent me, my actions and everything I stand for. I categorically deny any sexual absurdity,”; said producer E! The news said in part. “I was horrified that some of my attempts at humor may have caused resentment.”
“I have always tried to treat all employees with kindness, comprehensiveness and respect,” the producer continued. “Throughout my show, as far as I know, I have never had a single staff or personal complaint against me, and I am devastated not believing that this harmful and deceptive article can be published.”