Nickelodeon cuts ties with iCarly, Victorious creator Dan Schneider
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2018-03-27 15:47:56 UTC

At first, it seems like a pretty mundane story, of interest only to those
specialized few who follow the business of children’s television: Yesterday
Nickelodeon announced that it was parting ways with Dan Schneider, one of its
most prominent creators who had been working with the network for 25 years.
“Since several [Schneider’s production company] Schneider’s Bakery projects are
wrapping up, both sides agreed that this is a natural time for Nickelodeon and
Schneider’s Bakery to pursue other opportunities and projects,” the network said
in an official statement.

But, as Deadline notes in its original report on Schneider’s ouster from the
network, there may be another element to this story that, thus far, remains in
the realm of rumor. “Among other things, I hear there had been multiple
complaints of abusive behavior against Schneider filed by members of his staff,”
reporter Nellie Andreeva says in her Deadline story. It’s not clear if the
alleged complaints are linked to, as Andreeva puts it, Schneider’s
“well-documented” tendency to lose his temper on set, or to what she calls
“suspicion” surrounding “treatment of some of the younger stars on his shows.”

No allegations against Schneider have ever been made public, but the “suspicion”
Andreeva refers to is currently being fueled by social media posts that
resurfaced in the wake of Nickelodeon’s announcement yesterday. Schneider has
posted pictures of his young stars’ feet on social media many times, and has
used show accounts to ask young fans to send in pictures of their feet:

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2018-03-29 03:51:18 UTC
In light of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements that are really draining the swamp (and NOT that liar Trump), I have a feeling that Victoria Justice (if not, Ariana Grande) will eventually come forward and finally expose Dan Schneider for who he really is/was.

This should be the ultimate piece of visual evidence: