While nothing has been confirmed, The International Business Times is speculating that Nickelodeon will soon be pulling Sam and Cat, the show aimed at pre-teens, from their network. Obviously, they would not want the young girls, who follow the show religiously, to be influenced by the actress.
Fans of the show were shocked to learn that Jennette would take such revealing pictures of herself. However, she took to Twitter to explain that the pictures were never meant to be seen by anyone other than the person she sent them to.
"To anyone disappointed: I sent those pics to 1 person," McCurdy explained. "You can connect the dots. Shocked someone would stoop so low. I just speak w/ candor."
To anyone disappointed: I sent those pics to 1 person. You can connect the dots. Shocked someone would stoop so low. I just speak w/ candor.
— Jennette McCurdy (@jennettemccurdy) March 4, 2014
Jennette claims she sent the pics to one person, who we assume was her ex-boyfriend Andre Drummond. However, Drummond says that he had no part in leaking the pictures. "I did NOT leak any photos of JM," he told TMZ. "I want nothing to do with her or the situation. I'm just worried about ball."
Andre's friend Charlamagne tha God, star of Guy Code, came to his defense calling Jennette a "ratchet ho". "She’s clearly a ratchet ho ... social sexual networking hookups are for regular people not celebrities," Charlamagne said. "I bet ten other guys have the same pics Andre has," he added. "She’s an idiot."
Nickelodeon has not currently commented on the pictures, and new episodes of Sam and Cat are scheduled to air later this month. According to Classicalite, a special one-hour iCarly reunion is set to take place on March 29 before the Kids Choice Awards.
At this time, Grande has not commented on her co-star's situation.
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