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Portia de Rossi posted a message in support of her wife Ellen DeGeneres to Instagram on Monday.
The actress shared an image of a blue square with the words "I Stand By Ellen" on it, and thanked their fans for their support.
De Rossi also included numerous hashtags along with her image, including #stopbotattacks, although she didn't specify what exactly that meant.
Her Instagram post comes after a turbulent past few days for her wife DeGeneres, whose show is currently under investigation.
DeGeneres has also been accused of being rude and inconsiderate to staff members and others in recent months.
Portia de Rossi posted a message of support for her wife Ellen DeGeneres to Instagram on Monday, following weeks of accusations against the talk show host.
De Rossi, who's been married to DeGeneres since 2008, shared an image of a blue square with the words "I Stand By Ellen" on it. The actress captioned the post, "To all our fans....we see you. Thank you for your support."
She also included numerous hashtags in the caption, including DeGeneres' motto #bekindtooneanother, as well as #stopbotattacks, although De Rossi didn't specify whether or not she thought bots were involved in the recent backlash surrounding DeGeneres.
Celebrities like Courteney Cox and Kris Jenner "liked" de Rossi's post on Instagram, and some commenters praised the "Arrested Development" star for standing by DeGeneres during a tough time.
De Rossi's post comes after a turbulent past few months — and weeks — for DeGeneres.
On July 27, Variety reported that DeGeneres' daytime talk show was under internal investigation by its parent company WarnerMedia, following allegations of a toxic work environment.
On Thursday, Australian radio host Neil Breen revealed that he was given specific instructions about how to behave when he worked with Ellen DeGeneres in 2013. According to Breen, he was instructed not to talk to, look at, or approach DeGeneres.
And even though DeGeneres' executive producer Andy Lassner recently shut down speculation that the show will be canceled following the allegations, news broke over the weekend that "Late Late Show" host James Corden could be a potential replacement for DeGeneres.
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