Actress Alexa Nikolas, who is understood for her position as Nicole Bristow in Nickelodeon’s “Zoey 101,” held a protest outdoors of the corporate’s headquarters in Burbank, California on Thursday.
The 30-year-old actress mentioned she “didn’t really feel protected” throughout her time on the present.
In an Instagram dwell stream from the protest, Nikolas states,
“I didn’t really feel protected at Nickelodeon as a baby. She additionally calls for that “Nickelodeon begins defending kids and never predators.”
Nikolas’ group, Eat Predators, advocates for survivors of sexual abuse. She expressed deep concern for little one stars and is protesting for networks to toss out their nondisclosure agreements because it prevents kids from getting assist.
The Los Angeles Occasions studies, the actress seemingly calls out the “Zoey 101” and “ICarly” creator Daniel Schneider the place she refers to him as “the creator of childhood trauma.”
She says within the video,
“I don’t really feel protected round Dan Schneider whereas I used to be working at Nickelodeon.”
Nicole’s protest comes simply weeks after the discharge of iCarly star, Jeannette McCurdy, memoir “I’m Glad My Mother Died”. The ebook particulars McCurdy’s expertise with alleged abuse from executives at Nickelodeon. McCurdy speaks on being inspired to drink when she was underage, receiving undesirable messages and claims the corporate provided her hush cash if she agreed to not communicate on allegations towards somebody she refers to as “The Creator”.
Protestors stood outdoors holding indicators with the community’s emblem that learn phrases “Sickelodeon” and “Predators”. There have been additionally indicators that displayed footage of assorted Nickelodeon figures together with Schneider and former executives, based on Los Angeles Occasions.
Nickelodeon has but to touch upon the allegations.