Janet McCurdy says she was offered ‘hush money’ by Nickelodeon, details moment with Ariana Grande that ‘broke her up’

the former no statement made Star Janet McCurdy makes several shocking allegations against Nickelodeon in her new book, I’m glad my mom died, (Photo: Philip Cheung for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

the former no statement made Star Janet McCurdy has made significant allegations against Nickelodeon of not being allowed the same privileges as her. Sam and Cato Co-star Ariana Grande is given a $300,000 “gift” if she agrees to never speak about her experiences at the famous children’s network.

an excerpt published by Vanity Fair From McCurdy’s new memoir, I’m glad my mom died, explained McCurdy’s experience as a rising TV star. An unidentified man, called the “producer”, allegedly pressured McCurdy to drink alcohol at an early age, and massaged him. While the book does not name a “creator”, no statement made Notorious was the brainchild of Dan Schneider, who was investigated by ViacomCBS prior to his 2018 departure from Nickelodeon.

McCurdy alleged that the “producer” had a two-faced personality that included a “generous and over-the-top complimentary” side, as well as a “mean-spirited, controlling and terrifying” who was “grown-up men”. and women”. Weep with your humiliation and humiliation. ,

While the “producer” later faced significant consequences for her behavior on the network, McCurdy wrote that she was told that she would not agree to speak publicly about her experience at Nickelodeon unless she By then he will receive a “thank you gift” of $300,000. In the end, he decided not to accept it.

“What the f**k? Nickelodeon is offering me three million dollars for not talking publicly about my experience on the show? My personal experience of creator abuse?” McCurdy wrote. “It’s a network with shows made for kids. Shouldn’t they have some kind of moral compass? Shouldn’t they at least try to report some sort of moral standard?”

While McCurdy was promised no statement made spinoff, the program eventually became Sam and Catoin which she co-starred with Grande, who reprized her role from the series victorious, But when Grande was allowed to pursue work opportunities outside the program, McCurdy was told by officials she couldn’t.

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“I was finally relieved when Ariana came whistling with excitement as she spent the previous evening playing Cowboy at Tom Hanks’ house. That was the moment I broke down,” McCurdy wrote in the memoir.

McCurdy went on to elaborate on other incidents on the network, including how she was embarrassed to be pictured in a bikini in a wardrobe. When she told her concerns to her mother, she told him to deal with it, because “everyone wants what you have.”

That reaction was only a fraction of the complicated relationship he had with his late mother. While she struggled with set life, she has also talked about how her home life was very challenging.

“My earliest childhood memories were of heaviness and chaos,” explains McCurdy People In 2021, sharing that she witnessed a serious physical fight between her parents at home. “My mom’s feelings were so erratic it was like a tightrope every day. Mood fluctuations were daily.”

Although the actress was very shy, she said that her mother “always dreamed of becoming a famous actor and she became obsessed with making me a star.” Including the monitoring and control of his food. At the time, McCurdy was suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder, an eating disorder, and anxiety.

“I know that if my mom was alive, I would still have an eating disorder,” McCurdy shared. “It was only the distance from him that allowed me to recover.”