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Drake & Josh” actor Drake Bell claims a Nickelodeon dialogue coach sexually molested him at 15. Brian Peck, the coach, received a 16-month term for child sexual assault in 2004. This is Bell’s first public tale in “Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV.” Drake Bell has spoken up about his 15-year-old child star sexual assault for the first time.

Bell will tell his experience on Investigation Discovery’s “Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV,” airing March 17 and 18.

Bell claims Brian Peck, a Nickelodeon “All That” and “The Amanda Show.” dialect coach, assaulted him in the documentary. After appearing on “The Amanda Show” from 1999 to 2002, Bell appeared in “Drake & Josh,” a 2004 Nickelodeon sitcom.

August 2003 saw Peck arrested on 11 counts for sexually abusing an unidentified kid. Peck pled no contest to oral copulation with a kid under 16 and indecent acts with a 14- or 15-year-old in May 2004. October 2004 brought a 16-month jail term and sex offender registration.

Bell has stayed unidentified as the minor for over two decades.

In conjunction with Business Insider, Maxine Productions and Sony Pictures Television — Nonfiction’s “Quiet on Set” analyses Dan Schneider’s toxic children’s TV series from the 1990s and early 2000s. Mary Robertson and Emma Schwartz direct the docuseries.

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BI investigated Schneider’s children’s-TV empire in 2022. The former child performers and crew members of “The Amanda Show,” “Zoey 101,” and “Victorious” told BI that Schneider created an odd, unpleasant atmosphere on production. According to sources, a writer for “The Amanda Show” filed a gender-discrimination and hostile-workplace lawsuit in 2000, alleging that Schneider repeatedly asked massages. The matter was settled out of court for an unknown sum. Schneider created sexualized sequences and encouraged young female performers to wear tight costumes, others told BI.

Schneider left Nickelodeon in 2018. In 2022, Nickelodeon’s former VP of programming and production, Russell Hicks, told BI that Schneider’s work was “thoroughly scrutinised and approved.”

Many Schneider’s child actors and staff members talk publicly for the first time in “Quiet on Set”.

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