It all began when Glee alum Lea Michele posted what many felt was a very hollow #blacklivesmatter Tweet in honor of George Floyd. The 33-year-old was immediately called out by former co-star Samantha Marie Ware, who claims Michele made her life "a living hell" and tormented her throughout their time together on Glee.

Ware was FAR from the only cast member to issue complaints. Several actors found the courage to speak up and address the past mistreatment they've also felt at the hands of Michele by airing their grievances on Twitter for the world to see.

It doesn't end there! 33-year-old Dancing With The Stars alum Heather Morris added herself to the list of disgruntled former co-stars and eviscerated Michele while describing her own personal experiences with the star.

The California native wrote:
    "Let me be very clear, hate is a disease in America that we are trying to cure, so I would never wish for hate to be spread on anyone else. With that said, was she unpleasant to work with? Very much so; for Lea to treat others with the disrespect that she did for as long as she did, I believe she SHOULD be called out."

As Ware's post went viral with over 497,000 likes and 108,700 retweets, Michele finally issued a formal apology to past castmates through Instagram, which of course was also met an overwhelmingly negative response.

Even after the apology, Ware still wasn't having it and clapped back with a Tweet challenging Michele to donate to a fundraiser for the family of James Scurlock, who was shot and killed May 30 in Omaha while protesting George Floyd and Breonna Taylor's deaths.

In the wake of Michele's insensitivity and revelations of past behavior, she's lost a MAJOR sponsorship with meal delivery service, Hello Fresh, who Tweeted the following: