Craig Ramsay, who formerly co-starred with Lea Michele on Broadway, has spoken out about his experience with the singer and actress. Michele has recently come under fire by numerous of her co-stars for workplace misbehavior.

In a Tuesday interview on Behind the Velvet Rope, Ramsay was questioned about his interactions with Michele. Ramsay and Michele starred together on Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof.

“I just didn’t want to hear Lea Michele’s name in this interview at all. I think she’s a despicable, horrible human being. I think she has lost touch with reality,” Ramsay said.  “I think she’s one of the most entitled people I’ve ever come across in this business.”

Ramsay then went on to describe the moment Michele received the call about being cast in Glee.

“She was possessed with this. I cared for her greatly, but then the amount of entitlement that came right at that moment, I’ve never seen the likes,” Ramsay said. “She’s talented, don’t get me wrong…but none of that means anything if people don’t want to work with you.”

Yontef added that he also “never had a good experience” with Michele.

Michele has recently come under much scrutiny as many of her former co-stars have spoken out against her por work behavior. Samantha Ware first called out the actress after Michele posted on Twitter in support of Black Lives Matter.

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