During a recent podcast, Glee Star Heather Morris claimed that bullying on the set by Lee Mitchell should have been stopped there, but “many people were very scared.” Speaking on Danny Pellegrino’s Everything Iconic The podcast, she told how she and other members of the cast knew what was happening, should have done more to “step up” and end it.
About a year ago, Michelle’s former co-star Samantha Marie Ware posted a post on Twitter that probably would have sealed the series’ lead. In the post she said, “LMAO remember when you made my first television gig a living hell?!?! The reason will never be forgotten. I believe you told everyone that if you had the opportunity you would” fuck me in my wig. ! “Painful microgression that made me question a career in Hollywood.” The Post suggested to other cast members a recurrence of events or at least to suggest that they had experienced similar issues.
During the podcast, Heather morris Said, “We could have fully gone ahead and gone to the Fox execution and said how we felt about the situation, and no one really did that. […] I think many people were very scared. I know, really, I didn’t feel like this is my place. And I don’t know why, because I too was a cast member like everyone else, and we all deserve to feel comfortable on set. “
During the podcast, Morris also elaborated on some of the things he had previously said Lea Michele, Especially in reference to comments made last year when he stated that the star was “obnoxious to work with”. His comments at the time were meant to be very self-explanatory without going into specifics, but there were others who wanted him to be clear about what had happened between them. “People were like, this is very secretive, why don’t you just go and say this? I like it, guys, she’s pregnant, and all this stuff is going on here and there, and it’s the truth, and not me. I Don’t know that maybe we have been victims of bullying and this is a normal victim who is to blame himself. “
The revelations led Michelle to lose several high-profile sponsorship and partnership contracts, including her deal with HelloFresh, but the fall had other meanings, not least for the new Riviera. The actress, who played Santana in the series and died in a tragic ferry accident last year, had been the subject of speculation about “fights” between her and Michelle, and was constantly harassed by gossip column writers over it I went. At that point, Morris said, “Mostly, though, I’m sad that Naya is finally vengeful for Rivera … it’s useless that she’s not here to feel that vengeance herself.”
Many will say that the truth will be out in the end, and it seems that in many ways he did, but the whole story, similar to recent revelations about Jose Whedon, only serves to prove once again that when Even people are not brave enough to talk about these incidents, they can cause so much damage that the outside world never comes to know.