VIDEO: Nickelodeon Quiet on Set documentary shows Dan Schneider in hot bathtub with Amanda Bynes on set of her show in viral video KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, March 18, 2024

VIDEO: Nickelodeon Quiet on Set documentary shows Dan Schneider in hot bathtub with Amanda Bynes on set of her show in viral video

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Nickelodeon Quiet on Set documentary shows Dan Schneider in hot bathtub with Amanda Bynes on set of her show in viral video.

Disturbing footage has been circulated on social media of 'abuser' Dan Schneider in a hot tub with an underage Amanda Bynes during a Nickelodeon sketch.

The full-length clip was shared on X, formerly Twitter, in light of the allegations made in the recent documentary titled Quiet On Set: The Dark Side Of Kids TV - which made shocking claims about the 'toxic environment' at the network.

In one sketch that has bubbled up on social media, Schneider sits fully clothed in a hot tub with a teenage Bynes, who appears to be wearing a swimsuit. He introduces himself as the executive producer and head writer of The Amanda Show, joking that he wrote the “whole conversation that we’re having right now.” Bynes asks him for a raise. He says no. Then they are delivered two plates of spaghetti, which they proceed to eat in the jacuzzi while the waiters dance behind them.

The scene in question - which is understood to have been filmed in 2002, when Bynes was around the age of 16 - shows Schneider sitting next to a bikini-clad Bynes for the skit, which he wrote himself, with commentators branding it as 'very uncomfortable.'

The sketch resurfaced in the wake of the documentary that made accusations of child abuse and 'pedophiles on set' before also shining a light on the 'close' relationship that Schneider - who is 20 years Bynes' senior - had with the teenage star.

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