Drake Bell criticizes ‘Boy Meets World’ actors for defending abuser in earlier trial.

Drake Bell is criticizing "Boy Meets World" stars Will Friedle and Rider Strong for supporting his convicted abuser, Brian Peck.

The Investigation Discovery docuseries "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV," airing tonight, features Bell speaking out about his alleged mistreatment by Peck.

Friedle, Strong, James Marsden, Taran Killam, and the late Alan Thicke sent letters supporting Peck in released court documents from his trial, which the docuseries shared.

Alex Nikolas, a Nickelodeon kid star and documentary participant, criticized the "Boy Meets World" stars on Instagram, and Bell responded to fans' remarks by saying they were Peck victims.

"Will was 27 years old and Brian told him what he did many people turned away and said no I won’t write a letter but they did," Bell added. 

Will wasn't manipulated. Brian told him and drafted the letter nevertheless." 

He added, "Friedle worked with me on several 'Ultimate Spider-Man' episodes years later without telling me. Because they were told their letters will be released. 

Everyone imagined the letters would be sealed forever and never seen. Their publicist advises them on story advancement."

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