"Clearly some didn't", she said.
"We all have to be more mindful about the way our words and actions affect others, and I'm glad the issues at our show were brought to my attention", she added.
The star continued: "My name is on the show and everything we do and I take responsibility for that. To think that any one of you felt that way is terrible to me", she concluded her letter, adding that she's grateful people felt "safe" enough to come forward with their experiences. Buzzfeed even penned an exposé about what it was like behind the scenes of the popular daytime talk show, causing WarnerMedia to call up a third-party to investigate the allegations.
The 62-year-old has received praise for her generosity and unbelievable interviews but all this is reportedly all for the camera, according to former and current staff who complained about what goes on behind the scenes.
The comedian also apologised to her staff, and vowed to do better.
Television, which produces "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", of complaints ranging from bullying to racism among production staff.
"We're young people who were forming our careers and were unfortunately subjected to a toxic work environment as some of our first jobs out of college", a former employee said.
One Twitter user said Ellen had a sensitive nose and so everyone had to chew gum from a bowl that was placed outside her office before talking to her.
Others allege they were inappropriately touched by producer Ed Glavin, who is reportedly parting ways with "The Ellen Show". "Something changed and for that, I am sorry".
Almost a dozen ex-employees across all levels of the show told BuzzFeed News that Leman employed a mask of sarcasm while allegedly targeting junior level and younger employees with sexually explicit comments and inappropriate behaviour.
Leman issued a statement after the Buzzfeed article was published to categorically deny "any kind of sexual impropriety".
"We have identified several staffing changes, along with appropriate measures to address the issues that have been raised, and are taking the first steps to implement them", the company said in a statement.
Right after the complaints, Warner Bros., said that they were taking the allegations about the show's "workplace culture very seriously".
Although the studio said it could not corroborate all of the allegations, it said it was disappointed that its primary findings indicated "some deficiencies related to the show's day-to-day management".
"I have always aimed to treat everyone on the staff with kindness, inclusivity and respect".