Devon Werkheiser apologizes to Drake Bell for mocking him for being quiet on set doc

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By journalsofus.com


Devon Werkheiser, who starred in Nickelodeon Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guidehas apologized to Drake Bell for mocking the annoying ID documentary Quiet on the Set: The Dark Side of Children’s TV.

On Tuesday, Werkheiser made a bizarre joke about Bell’s abuse during a TikTok livestream Ned’s Co-stars Lindsay Shaw and Daniel Curtis Lee. Joe S in a videoLater posted on other social media platforms, Werkheiser jokingly said to Lee away from the camera, “Daniel, we told you never to speak about this. Get back in your hole, Daniel, and give me your hole!”

Realizing what he said, Werkheiser then attempts to correct himself. “Sorry, we shouldn’t joke about this. We really shouldn’t do this. Our set was not like that,” Werkheiser says in reference to the alleged toxic and inappropriate behavior found at the Nickelodeon show under creator Dan Schneider.

Werkheiser says: “No, it’s terrible. Drake Bell Fuck, this is crazy to hear. that’s crap. And that never came up, which is really wild. Truly wild.”

As the clip of Werkheiser’s comments went viral, Bell called him an ex, ex, on Twitter. “Ned’s declasses…this is wild…laugh at this guys…laugh at this… “Give me your h*les?!!” Really?!,” Bell tweeted.

After much backlash, Werkheiser apologized on Twitter later Tuesday. “Drake is very sorry. Disappointed that I hurt you,” Werkheiser tweeted along with a screenshot of a lengthy apology statement. “I was being stupid today. There is no way around it. I feel very bad that my idiot was talking about this without even looking at it. I watched cool on set I am horrified by the gravity of what Drake and others shared tonight. What my fellow actors went through truly broke my heart. I can’t believe they weren’t safe. “I regret any hurt I caused,” the statement said.

In a four-part documentary cool on setBell, star of the Nickelodeon show drake and josh, The Dialogue reveals the extensive sexual abuse she suffered at the age of 15 at the hands of coach Brian Peck and also reveals that she gave anonymous testimony that led to Peck’s conviction in 2004 of indecent conduct with a minor. Was ordained. The documentary also outlines allegations of abuse and workplace toxicity by several former Nickelodeon child stars, crew and writers that occurred on the sets of several of Schneider’s shows on the network.



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