Drake Bell makes cryptic ‘Hollywouldn’t’ post amid ‘Quiet On Set’ drama

Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bellwho recently appeared in the docuseries ‘Quiet On Set’, shared a cryptic social media post ‘Hollywouldn’t’, seemingly poking fun at the company for not protecting actors.

As The Blast previously reported, the ‘Drake & Josh’ star came out of the closet for the first time and admitted he was the one who accused the former Nickelodeon voice coach Brian Peck of sexual abuse about twenty years ago.

In 2004, Peck was tried and entered a plea to the charge of oral copulation with a minor under the age of 16, along with many other charges.

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Drake Bell comes out as a victim of sexual abuse

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Drake Bell emerged as the victim in the docuseries ‘Quiet On Set: The Dark Side Of Kids TV’ and told viewers that the things that happened behind the scenes at Nickelodeon, including his experience with Brian Peck, scarred him forever .

“You know, every time I had an audition, or every time I had to work on some dialogue or something, I somehow ended up back at Brian’s house,” Bell said of the docuseries before explaining that the more time he spent with Peck, the closer the bond was. became two.

“I was sleeping on the couch where I normally sleep, and I woke up with him, I opened my eyes, I woke up and he was sexually assaulting me,” Bell said. “And I was frozen and completely shocked and I had no idea what to do or how to react, and I had no idea how to get out of the situation.”

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Drake Bell is taking a joke in Hollywood

In the weeks following the docuseries’ release, Drake Bell shared a cryptic photo on Instagram. The post shows a snapshot of the iconic ‘Hollywood’ sign; But instead of reading “Hollywood,” it reads “Hollywouldn’t,” which seems to indicate that Hollywood doesn’t protect actors.

Fans quickly commented on the post, praising the actor for posting it. ‘He scolds Hollywood for treating him like an idiot. Crazy respect, and also rude as hell,” said one of Bell’s fans.

“Man, I’ll just say this. You’re damn brave,” said another.

“I love this…really,” a third wrote, while one of his fans commented: “You’re in your new era. We love it.”

“Bravo, young man,” said another. “People like you are the real change makers. Thank you for being so brave.”

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Is Drake Bell releasing new music?

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Other fans speculate that the message could refer to a new album or single.

“Congratulations, Drake!!! Can’t wait for the new single!!!!” one user wrote, seeming to indicate that new music is on the way.

“IS THIS A NEW ALBUM??” asked another.

As The Blast previously reported, Drake Bell revealed that his 2015 song “In The End” was written about the sexual abuse he suffered before admitting to being a victim. Many are speculating that if this is a new album, it will be about his experiences with Nickelodeon.

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Nickelodeon breaks silence on ‘Quiet On Set’ allegations

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After the “Quiet On Set” docuseries aired, Nickelodeon released a statement claiming, “While we cannot confirm or deny allegations of conduct from productions decades ago, as a matter of policy, Nickelodeon investigates all formal complaints as part of our commitment to promoting a safe and professional work environment, free from harassment or other forms of inappropriate behavior.”

The network added: “Our highest priorities are the well-being and best interests not only of our employees, casts and crew, but of all children. own high standards and the expectations of our audience.”

Drake Bell slams Nickelodeon for their response to ‘Quiet On Set’

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“So I think that was a very appropriate response from probably a major lawyer in Hollywood,” he said.

Bell added, “I find it quite empty, their reactions, because I mean, they’re still showing our shows, they’re still doing our shows and I have to pay for my own therapy, I have to figure out what – I mean if there was something, if there was any truth behind them that really cared, there would be more than quotes on a page, of course by a legal representative telling them exactly how to tailor a response.

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‘Quiet On Set: The Dark Side Of Kids TV’ is now streaming on MAX.