Heather Morris (right) talked about her experience working with Lea Michele (left) (Photo: Getty)

Heather Morris is the latest Glee star to talk about Lea Michele, saying that although she & # 39; unpleasant & # 39; found to work with, she doesn't think Leah is racist.

The actress, who & # 39; s Brittany Pierce played in a hit teen show, is the latest from & # 39; e cast to talk about Leah.

She posted on Twitter: 'Let me be very clear, Hate is a disease in America that we are trying to cure, that I would never wish that hatred would spread to anyone else.

'Having said that, was she unlucky to work with? Very much so; for Les to treat others with the respect she did as long as she did, I believe she would cry out.

& # 39; And yet it is upon us, too, to & # 39; allow it so long without saying anything else that we & # 39; re together with the rest of & # 39; learn society.

& # 39; But at the present moment, it is implied that she is a racist and although I cannot comment on her beliefs, I think we will agree, and you know what happens when we all agree … & # 39;

The allegations began after fellow Glee star Samantha Ware had responded to a tweet that the pregnant star had posted in honor of Black Lives Matter.

Samantha wrote: 'LMAO REMEMBERS WHEN YOU MADE MY FIRST TELEVISION GIG IN LIVING HELL?!?! CHAPTER YET NOT FORGET.

& # 39; I BELIEVE YOU HAVE EVERYONE THAT COULD HAVE THE CHANCES THAT YOU HAVE & # 39; S ** T IN MY WIG! & # 39; WITHIN OUR TRAUMATIC MICROAGRAPHS THAT MEATED ME AND A CAREER IN HOLLYWOOD… (sic). & # 39;

Leah and Heather were together in Glee (Photo: FOX Image Collection via Getty Images)

Lea responded to Instagram, writing: & # 39; One of & # 39; the most important lesson of the last few weeks is that we need to take the time to listen and learn about other people's perspectives and any role we have played or anything we can do to help to tackle & # 39; the injustices that they have to deal with.

& # 39; When I tweeted the next day, it was meant to be a show of support for our friends and neighbors and communities of color during this really difficult time, but the answers that I got what I posted also focused specifically on how my own behavior towards fellow members was perceived by them.

& # 39; Although I do not remember ever making this specific statement and never judging others based on their background or color of & # 39; e skin, which is really not the point, what is important is that I clearly act in ways that don't hurt other people. & # 39;

She went on: & # 39; Whether it was my privileged position and perspective, it didn't make me sometimes seen as insensitive or indecent, or whether it was just my incredulity and just plain unnecessarily difficult, I apologize me for my behavior and for all the pain that I caused.

'We can all grow and change and I have definitely used these past months to reflect on my own shortcomings.

& # 39; I have been a mother for a few months and I know that I must continue to make myself better and take responsibility for my actions so that I can be a real role model for my children and that I will share my lessons and mistakes, so they can learn from me.

& # 39; I listened to these criticisms and I am learning and although I am very sorry, I will & # 39; be better of this experience in the future. & # 39;

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Lea's friend from Glee, Darren Criss, also had her follow up on social media after the talks emerged.

Metro.co.uk has contacted Lea & # 39; s reps for comment.

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