Jennette McCurdy Recalls Feeling ‘Exploited’ During iCarly Career

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Jennette McCurdy opens up about feeling exploited as a child actor and how her time on Nickelodeon’s ‘iCarly’ still affects her today. In her new memoir, ‘I’m Glad My Mom Died,’ the actress recalls having a complicated relationship with her mother, Debra, and reflects on experiences that flew under the radar as she played the role of Sam on ‘iCarly.’ Co-star Miranda Cosgrove spoke out to ‘The New York Times’ about working on set with Jennette amid her recent claims.

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