Ellen DeGeneres has once again extended her apologies to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” staffers after three of its producers part ways with the show amidst accusations of a toxic workplace.

A Warner Bros. spokesperson has confirmed that “The Ellen DeGeneres Show's” top producers, Ed Glavin, Kevin Leman and Jonathan Norman, have left the show following an internal investigation by WarnerMedia. The three of them have been accused of sexual misconduct by former employees in a BuzzFeed News report. While Leman and Norman have publicly denied the allegations against them, Gavin is yet to make a statement. 

Their departure prompted to connect with her staff via a video call where she emotionally told them that "wasn't perfect," as reported by People

"I’m a multi-layered person, and I try to be the best person I can be and I try to learn from my mistakes,” the host told staffers. “I’m hearing that some people felt that I wasn’t kind or too short with them, or too impatient. I apologize to anybody if I’ve hurt your feelings in any way.”

Reportedly, during the video conference, “Ellen was emotional, she was emphatic about making it better and making herself more available.”

"She acknowledged she can be introverted at times and she apologized if that was ever seen as hurtful," the source told the outlet. "They’re putting in real structures and resources for people so this never happens again and that is extremely important to Ellen. She was emotional seeing everybody. They’re family."

It has been reported that DeGeneres has been “dying” to see her staff but she couldn’t because of the ongoing investigation. “She really wanted them to hear from her that this is a reset, things are changing and things are going to be better moving forward. And she’s committed to that,” said the source. 

With the departure of the show’s three prime producers, Stephen "Twitch" Boss has been promoted from DJ to be the co-executive producer.

Earlier, Ellen DeGeneres had penned a lengthy letter to her staff members, sharing how "disappointed" she was to learn about the toxic work environment on the show and stressed that “it’s the opposite of what I believe and what I hoped for our show."

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