The joint investigation by WarnerMedia and the local TV station took down “three members of its senior production team.” This investigation confirmed a troubling workplace. It even ended in the dismissal of “executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman as well as co-executive producer Jonathan Norman.” Ellen DeGeneres seemed greatly affected by the occurrence, and tearfully announced the findings of the report. “She admitted she was not perfect and said it was “heartbreaking” reading the report.” Ellen is far from perfect. She’s probably the farthest away you could be, and it’s going to take a long time to get her reputation back after all these allegations (via Herald Weekly).
Ellen DeGeneres knows how to get under people’s skin, and she doesn’t shy away from embarrassing people. It’s as if she plans the most embarrassing way to call someone out on her show. Ellen is a bully. She bullies the guests on her show. She and Sofia Vergara sat on Ellen’s show and participated in comedic banter back and forth. But “Ellen shut the actress down with an “English word of the day” game. The word, “discombobulated,” stumbled clumsily off her tongue. Vergara struggled to pronounce it several times. She was completely discombobulated, despite not knowing the meaning.” The comedian looked horrified, but Ellen didn’t let up. She tried to play it off as two comedians having a good time, but it’s clear she was negatively affected by the experience (via Herald Weekly).