Drake Bell Labels Charlie Sheen’s Work Colleague, Brian Peck, A Predator

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Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell has come out to say that one of Charlie Sheen’s buddies abused him sexually as a teenager. This same man, Brian Peck, is yet to be shunned by many in the industry. Surprisingly, he continued to get work after his conviction.

Charlie Sheen Had No Problems Working with Brian Peck, a Convicted Sex Offender

Drake Bell is willing to tell a story involving Brian Peck without mincing words. Despite being a victim as a teenager, he managed to continue with life. He traveled down memory lane recently by sharing his story in a new documentary.

According to Bell, Brian Peck, who was later hired by Sheen, sexually abused him as a 15-year-old. This coincided with the time that they both worked on The Amanda Show.

This isn’t the first time that sexual offenses will be mentioned involving Brian. Back in 2003, he was apprehended and pleaded no contest to getting intimate with underage kids. He was held behind bars for sixteen months and later registered as a sex offender.

RadarOnline maintains that these charges might have been related to Brian’s relationship with Drake. But despite the severity of his crimes, Brian was continuously hired by people in the industry. In 2009, he played a sex educator in Queerentine. The following year, Brian was hired as the dialogue coach in Jack and the Beanstalk.

In 2012, Charlie Sheen contracted Drake Bells’ alleged molester as a dialogue coach for Anger Management. Sources confirmed that their relationship extends beyond the workspace. They are described as close pals who go on vacations together.

Although Brian last worked on a project in 2018, many are shocked that he managed to carry on amid the conviction against him. In 2016, Anne Henry, the co-founder of the BizParentz Foundation, poured out her frustration on Hollywood for their lukewarm attitude toward the sex offender.

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