He called her "despicable" and "entitled" in a new interview. "As far as Lea Michele is concerned, I think she is one of the most entitled people I have ever come across in this business!"
The Glee actress was accused of bullying and unprofessional behaviour on set by a number of co-stars throughout June, and now Craig, who worked with Lea on the stage musical nearly 20 years ago, has weighed in.
"So I'm just noticing in Glee there are dummies in the crowd", she said, pausing the show during a crowd scene and zooming in on various audience members.
"(Fellow castmate) Rosie (O'Donnell) is awesome.
Craig recalled Lea landing the lead role in Glee, by adding, "I think the entitlement just came over her body". I still talk -- she is a huge mentor to me.
Another one of Lea Michele's former co-stars is coming forward with a story about his experience with her. She was possessed with this and from that moment on - cause she moved to L.A. the same moment I did from NY - and I cared for her greatly, but the amount of entitlement... I have never seen the likes of it, especially Broadways. She was possessed. I cared for her greatly, but the amount of entitlement. You can't mess with Broadway.
Craig Ramsay attends the "Amelie, A New Musical" play opening at Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre on December 16, 2016. "You can get a a really bad reputation very quick if you just don't respect where you come from because it is so reputable", Craig continued.
"She is talented, don't get me wrong". She is more talented than the gigs she's done the last ten years. David then noted, "that doesn't necessarily shock me", about Craig's take on Lea's behavior.