Jennette Mccurdy


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

Click here to read the full article. 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...

Jennette McCurdy Says Nickelodeon Offered $300,000 in Hush Money to Keep Quiet About Abuse

ICarly star Jennette McCurdy is speaking out about her time working at Nickelodeon through her new memoir I'm Glad My Mom Died and among the other damning and heartbreaking revelations about what went on behind the scenes, she revealed that the company offered her $300,000 in "hush money" to keep quiet about her abuse under "The Creator." The excerpt released by Vanity Fair includes details on the interactions she had with company agents following her spinoff show Sam & Cat's cancellation and her subsequent departure from Nickelodeon.

Jennette McCurdy Says Nickelodeon Offered $300,000 in ‘Hush Money’ After ‘Sam and Cat’

Click here to read the full article. Actress Jennette McCurdy claims she was once offered $300,000 in “hush money” to ensure that she would not publicly discuss her time at Nickelodeon or experiences with a man she worked with, referred to as “The Creator,” in a new excerpt from her upcoming memoir, I’m Glad My Mom Died (via Vanity Fair). McCurdy was a prominent figure on Nickelodeon during the late-2000s and early 2010s, first starring on iCarly, and then reprising her role in a short-lived spin-off called Sam and Cat that co-starred Ariana Grande. The new excerpt from I’m Glad My...

Jennette McCurdy reveals what ‘broke’ her while working with Ariana Grande

An incident involving Tom Hanks “broke” Jennette McCurdy while working with Ariana Grande. In an excerpt from her new memoir, McCurdy claims Nickelodeon treated her differently than Grande while they filmed “Sam & Cat,” a spinoff of their hit shows “iCarly” and “Victorious.” While the “Sweetener” singer, 29, was allegedly allowed to focus on projects outside of the children’s show, McCurdy, 30, says she was not. “What finally undid me was when Ariana came whistle-toning in with excitement because she had spent the previous evening playing charades at Tom Hanks’s house,” McCurdy writes in “I’m Glad My Mom Died,” per the New York...

Jennette McCurdy Calls Out Nickelodeon’s Double Standard for Her and ‘Sam & Cat’ Costar Ariana Grande: ‘That Was the Moment I Broke’

Reflecting on her part. Jennette McCurdy addresses her personal and professional life in her upcoming memoir I’m Glad My Mom Died — which includes her tumultuous time on Nickelodeon. The former actress, 30, rose to fame playing Sam Puckett on iCarly from 2007 to 2012. After the show ended, McCurdy reprised her role in the […]