was let go from the network in the spring of 2018.A rep from Nickolodeon did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment. “My shoulders do have a lot of knots in them, but I don’t want The Creator to be the one rubbing them out,” she said, according to an excerpt published in Vanity Fair. “I want to say something, to tell him to stop, but I’m so scared of offending him.”McCurdy played Sam Puckett in the original “iCarly” series, playing the title character’s best friend.
She also starred in a spinoff series “Sam & Cat” with Ariana Grande, who played her character Cat from Nickelodeon’s “Victorious.”In reference to drinking alcohol, McCurdy recalls another push from “The Creator” comparing “iCarly” to “Victorious.”“The ‘Victorious’ kids get drunk together all the time,” he allegedly said. “The iCarly kids are so wholesome.
We need to give you guys a little edge.”McCurdy says she turned down the nondisclosure payment offer from the network.“They’re giving you $300,000 and the only thing they want you to do is never talk publicly about your experience at Nickelodeon,” one of her managers told her.Read more on thewrap.com