LEA Michele’s former Fiddler on the Roof costar has slammed her as a "despicable, horrible human being" after weeks of backlash for her behavior.
Actor Craig Ramsay said the actress "lost touch with reality" during their time together on the Broadway show.
Craig said of Lea on podcast Behind The Velvet Rope With David Yontef: “I think she’s a despicable, horrible human being.
"I think she has lost touch with reality."
The actor and fitness buff, who also appeared on Newlyweds: The First Year and Thintervention, recalled: "As far as Lea Michele is concerned, I think she is one of the most entitled people I have ever come across in this business!”
Craig also bashed Lea, who is expecting her first child with husband Zandy Reich, for how she changed once she got cast on Glee saying: “I was there when she got the call of, ‘I got Glee,’ and I think the entitlement just took over her body. She was possessed with this and from that moment on – cause she moved to L.A. the same moment I did from N.Y.
"And I cared for her greatly but the amount of entitlement… I have never seen the likes of it especially Broadway.
You can't mess with Broadway, you can get a reputation very quick if you don't respect where you come from.
"And she is talented, don't get me wrong. She is more talented than the gigs she did the last ten years, but none of that means anything if no one wants to work with you!”
Craig's remarks follow actress Samantha Ware accusing Lea of making her life "a living hell" on the set of Glee.
Samantha tweeted that Lea said she would "s*** in my wig."
She later told Variety Lea threatened her job "and said she would call Ryan Murphy in to come and fire me."
Samantha played Jane Hayward in 2015 on the sixth season of the musical series which centered around Rachel Berry, played by Lea.
Her accusations came after Lea paid tribute to George Floyd on Twitter.
Last week Lea's costar on Glee, Matthew Morrison, said of the allegations against Lea on FUBAR Radio’s Access All Areas: “You want to be a good, pleasant person to be around.
“That’s about all I’m going to say on that.”
However, he also argued there are more important things to focus on noting: “I honestly think it’s a distraction of the bigger issues that are going on right now.
“It’s kind of like, ah.”
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