Today's Evil Beet Gossip

Jennette McCurdy refused “hush money” in new book

The much awaited Jennette McCurdy book “I’m Glad My Mom Died” is out tomorrow, but people have been talking about it’s salacious contents for a year now.

The story of how Jennettes mother forced her daughter into the chaotic world of child acting and the abuse she suffered at home and on set has had people waiting anxiously for the book release.

Now we learn Nickelodeon offered Jennette hush money to not discuss “The Creator”.  The nickname she gave to the preditor on set that many believe is iCarly show creator Dan Schneider, who was investigated by ViacomCBS prior to his 2018 departure from Nickelodeon.

McCurdy alleged “the Creator” had a two-face personality that included a “generous and over-the-top complimentary” side, as well as a “mean-spirited, controlling, and terrifying” one that could make “grown men and women cry with his insults and degradation.”

While “the Creator” later faced significant consequences for his behavior at the network, McCurdy wrote she was told that she would receive the $300,000 “thank-you gift” as long as she agreed never talk publicly about her experience at Nickelodeon. Ultimately, she chose not to accept it.

I am all over this book when it hits stands tomorrow.