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The Ellen DeGeneres Show reportedly under investigation following staff complaints

By Reuters
29 July 2020   |   9:00 am
Beloved talk show star Ellen DeGeneres’ workplace is reportedly under investigation following a series of complaints from staff members past and present about their treatment behind the scenes

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