Another actress is accusing Lea Michele of bad behavior in the past.
Earlier this week, actress Monica Moskatow claimed Lea once called her "ugly" at a "Glee" party.
"September 2009 I was hired to work at the premiere party for Glee at a high school. They hired lookalikes of the shows characters to perform at the party. I was the Rachel Berry lookalike," Monica wrote, referring to Lea's character on the Fox show.
"I didn't know my character was the lead let alone who played her," Monica continued writing on Lea's Instagram. "When the actors arrived at the event and found out there were lookalikes of them Lea came searching for me. When she saw me she said, 'oh my god! Could they have picked someone uglier!'"
Monica said she was devastated, something that Cory Monteith, Lea's then-boyfriend, noticed.
Cory, Monica recalled, "saw the look on my face and said, 'don't listen to her she's just jealous, you're beautiful.' I never forgot that."
On Saturday morning, Monica maintained that her story was true, but didn't advocate for "canceling" Lea.
"The description of events that happened with Lea and Cory are true. I'll always be thankful to him for the kind words he gave me. As incredibly talented as she is, I don't excuse her behavior towards myself and many others," Monica said. "I remind her that words have power and I encourage her to be more mindful of how she treats people. It does no one any good to dwell on the past when we can grow and do better."
"However I do believe by 'canceling' her would be depriving the world of a talented artist," she continued, also posting pictures from the 2009 "Glee" party. "We all make mistakes so when you hurt someone and are called out, you have to want to be better. We can't take back the actions of the past but we can build a better future."
Over the past week, several of Lea's former castmates have bashed her. On June 1, Samantha Marie Ware, who starred alongside Lea on "Glee," called out the Emmy-nominated star for making her time on set "a living hell." Afterward, others in the spotlight, including actor-musician Dabier, piled on. "GIRL YOU WOULDNT LET ME SIT AT THE TABLE WITH THE OTHER CAST MEMBERS CAUSE 'I DIDNT BELONG THERE,'" he tweeted. Heather Morris said Lea was "unpleasant" to work with on "Glee." Her "Spring Awakening" co-star Gerard Canonico said she was "nothing but a nightmare" to work with, saying she made him feel like he "didn't belong there." "Real Housewives of New York City" alum Aviva Drescher wasn't surprised by the negative feelings, saying Lea was once "very unkind" to her.
Amid the on-set behavior implications, Hello Fresh dropped Lea as a spokeswoman.
On June 3, Lea posted an apology on Instagram, but that was widely ridiculed and largely dubbed a "non-apology."
"Whether it was my privileged position and perspective that caused me to be perceived as insensitive or inappropriate at times or whether it was just my immaturity and me just being unnecessarily difficult, I apologize for my behavior and for any pain which I have caused," Lea wrote. "We all can grow and change and I have definitely used these past several months to reflect on my own shortcomings."
Following the Instagram apology, many people used the comments section to write about negative experiences they'd also had in the past with Lea.