Drake Bell Calls Out ‘Ned’s Declassified’ Alums For Seemingly Mocking Sexual Assault Claim: ‘Really’

Drake Bell is speaking out against some former Nickelodeon stars. In the Investigation Discovery series “Quiet On Set,” the former “Drake and Josh” star opened up about the abuse he suffered as a child star at the hands of a dialogue coach, Brian Peck. After the four-part docuseries aired this weekend, the 37-year-old took to X, formerly known as Twitter, on Monday to call out “Ned’s Declassified: School Survival Guide” alums Devon Werkhesier and Lindsey Shaw for seemingly making fun of the allegations on TikTok Live. “Ned’s Declassless…this is wild…laugh it up guys…laugh it up…”Give me your h*les?!!” Really?!” Drake wrote in the post which retweeted a screen recording of the TikTok. During the livestream, Devon appears to be mocking Drake’s situation while talking to his co-star Daniel Curtis Lee, who appears to be off-screen, before admitting they “shouldn’t joke about this, we really shouldn’t.” Their co-star Lindsay can also be heard seemingly saying behind him, “this is awful.” After Drake called out the former Nickelodeon stars for the comments, Devon apologized on X. Access Hollywood has reached out to Lindsey comment.