Daniella Monet, a former Victorious star, is prepared to discuss her days as a Nickelodeon kid star.
In a recent interview with Insider, Monet discussed her own uneasy experience working with showrunner Dan Schneider.
Monet asked, "Do I wish certain things, like, didn't have to be so sexualized?,"
before disclosing that she had alerted Nickelodeon executives to the scene but they had refused to remove it.
According to accounts from other young stars, Victorious was far from the first Nickelodeon show to do this.
McCurdy garnered media attention back in August after making a series of unsettling allegations against the network and a man she refers to as "The Creator."
Russell Hicks, the former president of Nickelodeon's content development and production, responded to Monet's claims by stating to Insider that management had examined Schneider's episodes.
Every action Dan ever took when appearing on one of his shows was thoroughly reviewed and approved.