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‘iCarly’ Star Jennette McCurdy Claims Nickelodeon Offered Her $300,000 to Stay Quiet on Alleged Abuse

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Zack Sharf Jennette McCurdy’s new memoir “I’m Glad My Mom Died” includes a revelation that Nickelodeon allegedly offered her $300,000 in “hush money” so that she would not go public with the alleged abuse she faced at the hands of “The Creator.” A book excerpt including this allegation was published by Vanity Fair.

McCurdy does not mention her alleged abuser by name, instead choosing to refer to him only as “The Creator.”Variety has reached out to Nickelodeon for comment on McCurdy’s claims.According to McCurdy, “The Creator” encouraged her to drink alcohol when she was only 18 years old and also massaged her shoulders in an inappropriate manner.

The actor writes, “My shoulders do have a lot of knots in them, but I don’t want The Creator to be the one rubbing them out.

I want to say something, to tell him to stop, but I’m so scared of offending him.” McCurdy starred in the original run of “iCarly” on Nickelodeon before getting her own network spinoff series, “Sam & Cat.” The actor writes about the day she found out her show was being canceled.

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