NY1 news anchor Jamie Stelter used mean girls tactics to bully her co-workers as she rose to fame, according to a new report.
The behind-the-scenes report focuses on Pat Kiernan and a gender and age discrimination lawsuit filed by five women and Jamie Stelter's fast track to fame.
It states that Jamie and Annika Pergament quickly climbed the ranks to be Kiernan’s co-hosts on “Mornings on 1," but they were all but sweet to those surrounding them.
An anonymous staffer called the duo “high school bullies."
The anchor -- who started out as a traffic reporter -- is accused of making "snide remarks" to co-workers, according to the report.
Current and former employees tell the magazine that Stelter, Pergament, and Kiernan bullied the former weather girl Stacy Ann Gooden.
According to the report, the trio would give her a limited time to speak in meetings, which resulted in Gooden filing a human resources complaint against them.
Traffic reporter Alyse Zwick claimed she was warned by network heads not to post photos from her previous roles, but says she watched Jamie Stelter grow her social media presence by sharing pictures from her time as a New York Jets dancer and a beauty pageant winner.
Stelter and Pergament declined to comment to the New York Post on the scathing report.
That didn't stop Jamie Stelter from taking to social media this morning.
She acted as if nothing was wrong, moving on with life as usual with her family on the weekend.
On Saturday, she woke up and documented herself making coffee, followed by gushing over her sleeping child.
Snapping a photo of her son in the car, Jamie Stelter captioned the shot by writing, "this is what happens when you wake up before 6 am," adding, "it most def isn't nap time."