Lea Michele decided to speak out openly about everything happening to her ranging from the bullying allegations made against her by some members of Glee to the rumors of illiteracy.
Actress Lea Michele has decided not to remain silent anymore by speaking openly about everything that is happening to her in this latest period, ranging from the bullying allegations made against her by some members of the cast of Glee to the rumors of illiteracy that would like her unable to read.
“I went to the set of Glee every single day and every time I knew my lines”, told the Times Lea referring to the 6 years spent in front of the TV series that saw her starring in the role of Rachel Berry with Cory Monteith (aka Finn Hudson), his partner from 2011 to 2013, the year which the actor died suddenly a few weeks after the announcement of their engagement.
“There’s this rumor online that I can’t read or write and all of this is sad. It really is. I often think that if I were a man all this would not happen, ”continued Michele, now the star of the revival of Funny Girl on Broadway.
Insinuations related to illiteracy that become nothing in front of those moves against Lea by some of her colleagues in Glee starting with Samantha Marie Ware, who in the series played Jane Hayward, who in 2020 accused Michele of bullying.
She allegedly accused the actress of promoting a toxic environment on the set of the show, and of tormenting her with perpetual and continuous “micro traumatic aggressions” that would have marked her deeply.
Lea Michele breaks her silent on the allegations of bullying
Although in the course of the interview with the Times, the actress tried not to comment on Ware’s words by saying that she did not “feel the need to manage it” publicly, Lea Michele later claimed to have gone through an “intense period of reflection” and led her to feel “more ready than ever, both personally and professionally” for her return to the stage, adding that her perfectionism would sometimes not allow her to realize how much her behavior could affect others negatively.
“I work really hard. I leave no room for errors. That level of perfectionism, or that pressure that comes with it, has led me to many blind spots. I truly understand the importance and value now of being a leader. This means not only doing a good job when the camera is shooting but also when it is off, “explained Lea Michele before admitting that she didn’t always have a kind attitude back” Because those priorities weren’t like that at one time. important to me”.