Drake Bell is chastising other Nickelodeon kid stars for making light of his maltreatment, particularly the ‘Ned’s Declassified’ crew, who appear to find amusement in it.

Devon Werkheiser, Lindsey Shaw, and others who used to work on their old Nick show were filming a TikTok Live Monday — this was the second half of the ‘Quiet on Set’ documentary that aired on ID — and they appeared to be making fun of Drake and others.

One of the digs Devon and co. took when discussing the ‘QOS’ documentary was him impersonating a tyrant, likely Dan Schneider, stating “give me your holes.”

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Devon immediately realizes that they should not laugh about the subject — and DB obviously agreed, taking to X to confront him. Drake tweeted a quotation from the video, saying, “Ned’s Declassless…”This is wild.Have a good laugh!Laugh it up.”Give me your h*les?!!” Seriously?!”

Devon does attempt to be serious at one point in his IG Live, remarking that Drake’s situation is dreadful and that it’s incredible that it remained hidden for so long.

He also claims that their set from ‘ND’ was nothing like what was stated in the documentary about kid performers who worked under Schneider’s direction. Despite this, he proceeded to laugh with his former co-stars, which irritated Drake and others online.

It’s natural that the ‘Ned’s’ camp is under fire right now; really, what Drake and co. disclosed in the documentary is quite serious, not to mention scary.

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In addition to Drake’s mistreatment at the hands of Brian Peck, numerous other former child stars alleged they were abused while working at Nick… and others suggested that showrunners and writers were frequently seeking to sexualize a large number of the kids in not-so-subtle ways.

Many sketches and costumes, not to mention slime humor, are resurfacing lately and appear to be completely inappropriate… despite the fact that DS has denied any wrongdoing.

Nickelodeon issued a statement that read: “Though we cannot corroborate or negate allegations of behaviors from productions decades ago, Nickelodeon as a matter of policy investigates all formal complaints as part of our commitment to fostering a safe and professional workplace environment free of harassment or other kinds of inappropriate conduct.”

It goes on to say, “Our highest priorities are the well-being and best interests not just of our employees, casts and crew, but of all children, and we have adopted numerous safeguards over the years to help ensure we are living up to our own high standards and the expectations of our audience.”

Devon was on a recent edition of The TMZ Verified audio, which is accessible on all audio platforms.