Melissa Joan Hart breaks silence on PEDOPHILIA allegations on ‘Quiet on Set’: “I trust 100%”

Melissa Joan Hart breaks silence on PEDOPHILIA allegations on ‘Quiet on Set’: “I trust 100%”
Melissa Joan Hart breaks silence on PEDOPHILIA allegations on ‘Quiet on Set’: “I trust 100%”

In a podcast interview Meghan McCain Has Entered the Chat, Melissa Joan Hart broke silence on documentary’s controversial pedophilia accusationsQuiet on Set‘, which details the horrors that actors had to face behind the scenes of the productions of Nickelodeon.

Known for starring in the popular series ‘Sabrina, The Sorceress’s Apprentice‘, the actress starred in the series ‘Clarissa Knows Everything‘, in 1991.

“I don’t know about other people’s experiences, and I’m not denying anything they said, but I’ve never heard those stories from the documentary [‘Quiet on Set’] previously. Personally, I’ve never heard anything from any Nickelodeon actors, but I completely believe them. I trust 100%.”

She completes, “I had a great experience, despite the children working much harder than they legally should. I was surrounded by an incredible team, who took great care of me. They were very protective.”

Previously, the director Dan Schneiderknown for successful children’s series Nickelodeon as ‘Icarly’, ‘Brilliant victory’ It is ‘Drake & Josh’had spoken after the release of the documentary ‘Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Children’s TV’.

The documentary series exposes alleged toxic work environments and inappropriate behavior on the sets of children’s series from Nickelodeon .

During an interview with DanWarp, Schneider admits that the documentary was difficult to watch and that he regrets his behavior in the past:

“Watching the last two days was very difficult. Me confronting my past behaviors, some of which are embarrassing and which I regret. I definitely owe some people an apology.”.

Among the accusations made against Schneider These include tolerance of poor working conditions, alleged abuse and humiliation suffered by cast and crew on their TV sets.

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“When I watched the show, I could see the pain in some people’s eyes and I felt terrible, regretful and sad. I wish I could go back, especially to those early years of my career, and bring the growth and experience that I have now and do better work and never, ever feel like it was okay to be a jerk to anyone, ever.”he said Schneider.

Drake Bellstar of ‘Drake & Josh’reports having been a victim of sexual abuse by the casting coach Brian Peck. Schneider states that he did not hire Peck and what remained “devastated” upon learning of the abuse.

“When Drake and I talked and he told me about what happened, I was more devastated by it than anything that had ever happened to me in my career so far. And I told him, ‘I’m here for you,’” he said Schneider.

Schneider also responds to criticism that his scripts contained jokes unsuitable for children: “All these jokes… the show has covered over the last two nights, every one of these jokes was written for a children’s audience because children thought they were funny, and only funny. Let’s cut these jokes from the show, just like I would have done 20 years ago or 25 years ago. I want my shows to be popular. I want everyone to like (the programs), the more people like the programs, the happier I am. So if there’s something that needs to be cut because it’s bothering someone, let’s cut it.”.

The director recognizes that he could have treated people with more respect and apologizes for his arrogance and rudeness: “There are definitely things I would do differently. The main thing I would change is how I treat people and everyone. I definitely haven’t given people the best of me at times. I didn’t show enough patience. I could be arrogant and definitely super ambitious, and sometimes just rude and rude and I’m sorry I ever was.”.

Schneider also apologizes for asking someone on set to give him massages: Was wrong. It was wrong for me to ever put anyone in that position. It was wrong to do that. I would never do that today. I’m embarrassed I did it back then. I apologize to anyone I have ever put in this situation.”.

And he addressed inappropriate jokes told and pranks he pulled in the writers’ room: “Let me tell you, no writer should feel uncomfortable in any writers’ room, ever. Full stop. No excuses”.

Schneider says that he regrets not having been a more human leader and that he wishes he could go back in time to correct his mistakes: “I can tell you why it hurts so much for me. I was green. She was scared. He was excited. It meant the world to me that I was getting these opportunities. And I got in and I was lucky, because my first experiences were fantastic. And the fact that I didn’t give back to every employee that walked through my door, it hurts my heart because I should have and I wish I could go back and make it right.”

He also addressed criticism over his inappropriate skits. “On Air Dare”in which Schneider agreed that, in some cases, “they went too far”.

“When I watched the show over the last two nights, I now know that there were kids who had problems with ‘On Air Dares,’ and it broke my heart. I’m so sad and I apologize to any child who has ever had to do a dare or anything they didn’t want to do or weren’t comfortable doing.”he said.

Titled ‘Quiet On Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV’the documentary series delves into allegations of sexual harassment that occurred behind the scenes of TV series Nickelodeon.

The production was shown on the days March 17th and 18th in the United States, with no expected arrival in Brazil yet.

The docuseries is made up of four episodes and focuses on the terrible and abusive working conditions faced by child stars of children’s TV series from the 1990s and 2000s, particularly those made on Nickelodeon.

‘Quiet on Set’ opens the curtain on an empire built by the creator Dan Schneider, who had an undeniable grip on pop culture. Series like ‘All That’ It is ‘The Amanda Show’, among others, were consumed obsessively by children across the country and defined comedy for a generation. But behind these shows’ upbeat screen presence of questionable jokes and over-the-top sketches, the docuseries reveals an insidious environment rife with allegations of abuse, sexism, racism, and inappropriate dynamics with its underage stars and crew.

The article is in Portuguese

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