Jennette McCurdy Gives An Eyebrow-Raising Detail About The End Of Her Time On Nickelodeon

Jennette McCurdy new memoir, "I'm Glad My Mom Died," set for release on Tuesday

Jennette McCurdy new memoir, "I'm Glad My Mom Died," set for release on Tuesday

 In Her New memoir, Jennette McCurdy Said That Nickelodeon Offered Her $300,000 in "Hush Money."

 In Her New memoir, Jennette McCurdy Said That Nickelodeon Offered Her $300,000 in "Hush Money."

McCurdy said that in exchange, she was asked to never speak about her experiences at the network.

McCurdy said that in exchange, she was asked to never speak about her experiences at the network.

McCurdy details the inappropriate behavior, claimed “The Creator” exhibited, including pressuring her to drink while underage; massaging her at work;

McCurdy details the inappropriate behavior, claimed “The Creator” exhibited, including pressuring her to drink while underage; massaging her at work;

Jennete McCurdy was one of the Nickelodeon’s brightest stars in the 2010s, who played the petulant prankster Sam Puckett for six seasons on iCarly before co-leading Sam & Cat, a spin-off costarring Ariana Grande that lasted just a single season.

According to The Washington Post, at the work front she is currently focusing on writing and directing.