Lea Michele accused of making life a 'living hell' for Glee co-star

Lea Michele accused of making life a 'living hell' for Glee co-star

Lea Michele accused of making life a 'living hell' for Glee co-star

Michele played Rachel Berry, one of the main cast members throughout all six seasons of "Glee". In the subsequent years, she went on to lend her talents to Ryan Murphy's "Scream Queens" and ABC's "The Mayor".

It probably should have been a dream job but Ware says that her co-star, series lead Lea Michele, made her time on set a "living hell".

Two days later, Ware quote-tweeted the post, taking issue with Michele injecting herself into a conversation about how to treat others since she was not the nicest to the actress while on the show.

Glee stars call out Lea Michele over racial microagressions on set.

Earlier this week, Michele tweeted that "George Floyd did not deserve this", and she wrote that her murder was not an isolated incident.

Overall, Ware's tweet opened up the floodgates as a cascading stream of accusations against Michele's behaviour, primarily from people claiming to have worked as extras during the show's run.

Castmate Samantha Ware, who performed the function of Jane Hayward throughout the collection' ultimate season, replied to the Twitter publish on Monday although, recalling when Lea threatened to "shit in" her wig. "I believe you told everyone that if you had the opportunity you would 'shit in my wig!' Amongst other traumatic microaggressions that made me question a career in Hollywood". Alex Newell, who appeared as Unique Adams, and Amber Riley, who played Mercedes Jones, also reacted.

Samantha Marie Ware's first TV gig was a recurring role on the megahit series, Glee that spanned 11 episodes of the show's sixth and final season.

Fans also brought up Lea's past feud with costar Naya Rivera, who starred as Santana Lopez in Glee.

"If I'd complained about anyone or anything, she'd assumed I was bitching about her", Rivera wrote, per TVLine. She went on to appear in What/If, Chicago Med, and Barry. "Lea and I were definitely not best friends, and I doubt we'll ever sit back on her couch and eat kale again, but the rumors of our "quarrel" died down".

TVLine has reached out to Michele's reps for comment.

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