Drake Bell blasts Kimmy Robertson for Brian Peck’s letter of support

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Drake Bell calls out Kimmy Robertson for letter of support

Drake Bell is slamming ‘twin Peaks’ Actress kimmy robertson for his letter of support brian peck During Peck’s trial in 2004.

As you know, Brian Peck, who was a voice coach nickelodeonDrake Bell had accused her of sexual harassment while working for the network. During the trial, several celebrities wrote letters of support for Brian Peck, including James Marsden, Will Friedle, and Kimmy Robertson.

Following the release of the ‘Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV’ documentary, Drake Bell has consistently called out those who supported Brian Peck – the latest being Kimmy Robertson.

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Kimmy Robertson’s letter of support

According to the court documents revealed business InsiderKimmy Robertson’s letter to “The Honorable Michael Hoff”:

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“I know Brian [Peck] Since 1981. We both were together in our first film. We both played idiots so none of the other actors talked to us because they thought we were really idiots. So we spent six weeks together shooting the movie ‘The Last American We-Ruggin’. I was amazed at how good Brian was [Peck] Was.

He was completely generous with his time and advice, I had never acted before and he helped me do everything. After that we became best friends and started doing all kinds of things together. We have become like family. Sharing holidays at my house with her parents and my parents, going on vacations together, making our own way in this business and avoiding all the rotten people who are so attracted to acting and actors.”

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She claimed she believed “Brian” [Peck] He was pressured and pushed beyond belief before he could yield [Redacted]” and asked the judge to see “the rarity of an honest, sweet and caring person.”

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Drake Bell calls out Kimmy Robertson for letter of support

Instagram Stories | Drake Bell

On Wednesday, April 3, ahead of the bonus ‘Quit on Set’ episode, which will be released on April 7, Drake Bell took to his Instagram Stories to call out Kimmy Robertson for supporting her alleged abuser.

“The worst support letter ever written for my abuser!!” Bell wrote on her Stories alongside a post from Robertson’s Instagram page.

In Robertson’s letter, she accused Bell of visiting Peck and “wanting to be alone in a room with him.”

“Until now, I’ve had the misfortune to work on [REDACTED] TV show. I’ll keep it brief… I noticed this young man kept asking me about Brian [Peck] And is generally ‘spy-like,’” he wrote in the letter. “I also noticed that no gay man: makeup/hair, or PA wanted to be alone in a room with him.”

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She added, “I knew that Brian [was] helping [REDACTED] With my new resume and talked to Brian about this guy. Brian said he would never be alone with her or anyone under the age of 21, he had made amends and there was nothing to worry about.

Drake Bell calls out Kimmy Robertson on social media

Drake Bell calls out Kimmy Robertson for letter of support
Instagram Stories | Drake Bell

Her letter continued, “I believe wholeheartedly that Brian was pressured and pushed beyond belief before he gave up. [REDACTED], An abusive openly gay, highly promiscuous man who has no idea what he is doing to Brian, Brian’s family, and Brian’s friends. “They took full advantage of Brian’s willingness to help anyone in need.”

In a second Instagram Story, Bell reshared a post from Robertson’s Instagram page showing her taking a selfie with Brian Peck in 2018, writing, “Proudly featured on her Instagram,” and tagged the actress.

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Brian Peck arrested on 11 charges of child sexual abuse

Drake Bell reveals he went to rehab before appearing on 'Quit on Set'
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The former Nickelodeon acting coach was arrested in August 2003 on 11 charges of child sexual abuse. In October 2004, he was sentenced to 16 months in prison and ordered to register as a sex offender.

Since the documentary, many of those who wrote letters of support for Brian Peck, including television directors Beth and Rich Correll and ‘Boy Meets World’ actors Will Friedle and Rider Strong, have apologized to Bell.

The Blast has reached out to Kimmy Robertson’s representatives for comment.

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