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Janet McCurdy says she was ‘exploited’ during time on ‘iCarly’

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Janet McCurdy is processing a complicated mother-daughter relationship with her child-star past in a new memoir and describing the pitfalls of being a young working actress. her book, title I’m glad my mom diedWill release on 9th August.

“My whole childhood and adolescence was very exploited,” she tears up. new York Times In a new interview. “It still gives my nervous system a reaction to say this. There were cases where people had the best of intentions and probably didn’t know what they were doing. And also cases where they did – they Knew what they were doing.”

According to NYTMcCurdy writes about the various humiliations he allegedly suffered during his time on the Nickelodeon series in his book, iCarly, and its spinoff, Sam and Cato, Among them, the 30-year-old actress claims she was encouraged to drink alcohol by an “intimidating figure” whom she refers only to the producer. She also writes about being photographed in a bikini during a wardrobe fitting. McCurdy alleges that when her mother, Debra McCurdy – who died of cancer in 2013 – was present, she did not intervene on her daughter’s behalf. “Everyone wants what you have,” the now-retired star recalled telling her mother.

no statement made Star Miranda Cosgrove spoke about her relationship with McCurdy while working together. While the two became close on set, Cosgrove said she was unaware of what McCurdy now says she was going through.

“When you’re young, you’re all in your head,” Cosgrove tells WebMD. NYT, “You can’t imagine the people around you struggling so hard.”

Gently adding, “You don’t expect things like that from the person in the room who is making everyone laugh.”

no statement made ran from 2007 to 2012 on Nickelodeon, and followed a group of best friends as they cobbled together everyday problems and adventures, creating a webcast for and about kids their age. It has since been picked up for revival by Paramount+ in 2021, with the new version recently renewed for a third season. McCurdy has not participated in the reboot.

NYT Reports that a press representative for Nickelodeon declined to comment on McCurdy’s allegations.

Both ET and Paramount+ are subsidiaries of Paramount.

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