Jennette McCurdy says Nickelodeon Offered Her $300,000 in Hush Money

Jennette McCurdy says Nickelodeon Offered Her $300,000 in Hush Money

McCurdy subtleties her hardships as a Nickelodeon youngster star in her new diary.

Previous iCarly star Jennette McCurdy has composed a journal named "I'm Glad My Mom Died," in which she subtleties her life as a youngster star, her relationship with her mom, and her encounters with Nickelodeon.

In the book, which hits book shops August 9, McCurdy subtleties the embarrassments and abuse she persevered while experiencing childhood in the public eye.

As per the New York Times, McCurdy expounds on being shot in a swimsuit at a closet fitting and being urged to drink liquor by an individual she essentially alludes to as the "Maker."

In spite of the fact that she doesn't uncover the Creator's personality, she might be alluding to iCarly maker Dan Schneider, who left the organization in 2018 in the midst of bits of gossip that he was "loudly harmful" and "challenging to work with."

At the point when McCurdy was informed that she was getting an iCarly side project, she writes in her book, she expected she'd get her own show yet rather got a co-featuring job close by Ariana Grande in Sam and Cat.

McCurdy asserts that Nickelodeon unreasonably kept her from seeking after valuable open doors outside the show, while Grande was permitted to accomplish other work.

"What at long last fixed me was when Ariana came whistle-conditioning in with energy since she had gone through the past night playing acts at Tom Hanks' home," McCurdy composes. "That was the second I broke."

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