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Nickelodeon Star Victoria Justice Says Dan Schneider Owes Her an Apology Because ‘I Was Being Treated Unfairly’ at Times: ‘Dan Had a Very Large Ego’

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Zack Sharf Digital News Director Victoria Justice, who headlined Nickelodeon’s popular series “Victorious” for four seasons and 57 episodes between 2010 and 2013, said in a new interview with Marie Claire that she feels like series creator Dan Schneider owes her an apology as she was “treated unfairly” at times on the show.

Schneider also created the series “Zoey 101,” which Justice appeared on prior to “Victorious.” Schnieder has come under fire this year in the wake of the Investigation Discovery series “Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV,” which included many misconduct allegations against him from his tenure at Nickelodeon.

Clips from “Victorious” were heavily featured in the documentary as Schnieder was accused of making his young actors do inappropriate things on camera.

Justice starred in the show alongside Ariana Grande, Elizabeth Gillies and more. “Something that was very evident in the documentary is that Dan had a very large ego,” Justice told Marie Claire. “And sometimes that ego clouded his better judgment and affected the way he treated people, and there were times I felt like I was being treated unfairly.” Justice did not go into details but did say she had moments with Schneider that “were in poor taste,” although nothing ever sexual happened between them.

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