1 Year After Internal Investigation, Staff of the ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’ Have a ‘Slightly Different Environment’

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Radical left-wing television host Ellen DeGeneres has been exposed.

DeGeneres, who notoriously would not allow former President Donald Trump on her show, underwent an internal investigation one year ago by WarnerMedia following disturbing claims from her staff.

As a result, DeGeneres’ show has essentially been canceled; she announced the upcoming 19th season will be its last.

Now everything is different for DeGeneres’ staff, reports say.

During an interview, a show insider tells Fox News that there has been a “slightly different environment” one year later.
“There’s now a structure,” the insider alleged.

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Back in August, a spokesperson for Warner Bros. confirmed to Fox News that executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman and co-executive producer Jonathan Norman “parted ways” with the show after an internal investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.

The source recalled staffers were “feeling listened to initially” after the investigation concluded.

DeGeneres said this past spring that she “still” has trouble comprehending the flack that came her way after nearly a dozen past staffers spoke to Buzzfeed News on conditions of anonymity detailing their experience, alleging that top producers on the show have created a nightmarish work environment.

DeGeneres opened Season 18 with an apologetic on-air monologue, telling her audience: “I take that very seriously and I want to say I am so sorry to the people who were affected. I know that I’m in a position of privilege and power and I realized that with that comes responsibility, and I take responsibility for what happens at my show.”

DeGeneres also addressed accusations that she is much different on-air than in person despite her pledge to “be kind.”


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