• Drake Bell has recently unleashed allegations
  • He claims abuse on the 'Drake & Josh' set
  • THIS is what Josh Peck has to say

The recent documentary series 'Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV' exposes the underbelly of child stardom and the toxic conditions that plagued Nickelodeon's sets.

A Brother's Support: Peck Reaches Out!

The entertainment world is buzzing after Josh Peck, the beloved star from the iconic Nickelodeon sitcom 'Drake & Josh', finally addressed the harrowing sexual abuse allegations made by his on-screen stepbrother, Drake Bell. Fans were on the edge of their seats as Peck took to Instagram with a heartfelt message of solidarity.

"I finished the Quiet On Set documentary and took a few days to process it," Peck confessed, acknowledging the gravity of the situation. He admitted to contacting Bell privately, emphasizing the importance of child safety and the courage it takes for survivors to come forward.

In a twist that had fans reeling, Drake Bell himself stepped up to defend Peck against the online onslaught. "He has reached out to me," Bell revealed, asking his followers to show understanding during these trying times.

The explosive docuseries 'Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV' has sent shockwaves through the industry, uncovering the dark side of child stardom. With testimonies of emotional and physical abuse, the series has put the spotlight on the need for systemic change.

Brian Peck, the convicted abuser with no relation to Josh, faced justice in 2004, serving time and registering as a sex offender. Yet, the scars remain for those affected, and the call for healing and reform grows louder.

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For those eager to dive into the controversy, 'Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV' is available for streaming on Max and Discovery+.