Lea Michele’s Glee costar Matthew Morrison shades her after she’s accused of bullying and nasty behavior – The Sun

LEA Michele's former Glee costar Matthew Morrison shaded her after she was accused of bullying and nasty behavior.

However, he also called the scandal a "distraction" from "bigger issues."


Matthew 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.”



Matthew's remarks follow actress Samantha Ware accusing Lea of making her life "a living hell" on the set of Glee.

Samantha tweeted 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.


After Lea performed on American Idol last year a source told The Sun: “She was a nightmare on Idol. One contestant asked for a picture and she didn’t even say no. She just walked away.”

The insider continued: “She was yelling at the audio team saying they didn’t understand her and that she can’t go on like this. She was just a diva.

“The contestants were so excited about her appearance and then she was a nightmare to everyone.”

The source alleged: “She is truly just awful.”


Sources have since told Page Six that Lea, who is expecting her first child with husband Zandy Reich, has had a “real wake-up call” after the brutal allegations.

“It’s never easy to hear people speak about you this way. It’s a total shock,” the source said.

Someone who worked with her in the past added: “Lea was a b***h to a lot of people who are now taking the opportunity to come forward.

“She may not be the nicest person, but she’s not racist, sexist or transphobic.

“I would say she has behavioral issues that she’s dealing with.

“She is listening, she hears what everyone says and wants to apologize.

“This is her past and she wants to handle things responsibly,” the ex-colleague said.

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