She’s a Broadway darling whose big voice and headturning beauty have made her the breakout star of FOX’s musical comedy Glee — but devoted Gleeks may be disappointed to learn that series stunner Lea Michele stands accused of being “difficult” to work with by on set informants.
Heat Magazine — a European doppleganger for The National Enquirer — asserts that the actress, who plays Rachel on the show, is universally “disliked” by the cast and crew of Glee and harbors a ugly history of being mean-spirited that dates back to her high school days.
“She’s a snob,” squeals a set spy. “She sometimes even refuses to talk to junior staff. If they ask her something, she just directs them to her assistant and walks the other way.”
A second tattle also alleges that Michele was a teen bully, who regularly mercilessly teased one of her classmates about her hair.
“She called her a ‘mop head.’ It started out as a nickname she would just use among her friends, but as time passed she started calling her names to her face. One time, she even made the girl cry.”