Ellen DeGeneres: TV host to address fans after workplace scandal

Ellen DeGeneres: TV host to address fans after workplace scandal

- Ellen said she plans toto her fans about the scandals that have rocked her show soon

- This came days after she offered her staff extra benefits in a bid to shut down allegations of a toxic work environment behind the scenes of her popular daytime show

- The host had earlier on been accused of running a show filled with intimidation, racism and fear behind the scenes

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

TV personality Ellen DeGeneres has proven to the world that she is not ready to let the recent toxic workplace scandal that rocked her show bring down the entire thing.

The TV host recently disclosed to the world that she will soon be talking to her fans about the issue and laying it bare for everyone who had been following the show before its return.

Ellen DeGeneres: TV host to address fans after toxic workplace scandal

Ellen DeGeneres said she will talk to her fans about the scandal soon. Photo: UGC
Source: UGC

Ellen revealed this while answering a paparazzi who had asked her how her show will come back following the exit of three top producers.

Ellen did not address the issues of executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman and co-executive producer Jonathan Norman, but made it clear that he will be addressing her fans on the scandal soon.

“I will be talking to my fans,” DeGeneres said in a video posted online by the Daily Mail.

Her statement comes just days after she offered her staff extra benefits in a bid to shut down allegations of a toxic work environment behind the scenes of her popular daytime show.

Ellen DeGeneres: TV host to address fans after toxic workplace scandal

Some of Ellen's staff had complained of racism, intimidation and other bad things behind the scenes. Photo: UGC
Source: UGC

READ ALSO: Mzansi singer Cici denies that her stunning pictures are edited

Briefly.co.za has learnt the 62-year-old TV host offered staffers increased pay and a generous medical leave package.

As earlier reported by several media outlets, Ellen has been on a roll trying to do damage control following an explosive exposé in which former and current employees accused the host of allegedly creating a toxic environment behind the scenes of the show.

The complainants vehemently claimed the set of Ellen's show was filled with intimidation, racism and fear.

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Online view pixel