Drake Josh actor Drake Bell arrested for ‘crimes against children’
Ex Nickelodeon star Drake Bell has been charged with attempted endangerment of children, according to court records obtained by Page Six.
The documents from Cuyahoga County Court in Cleveland, Ohio, show the 34 year old actor was also indicted for matter harmful to juveniles, but pleaded guilty to both counts.
On Thursday, the Drake Josh star appeared in court, where his personal bond hermes black cermamic ring replica
was set to US $2,500 and he was ordered to submit a DNA specimen collection.
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Drake Bell poses for a mugshot in Cleveland, Ohio. Picture: NY Post/Cuyahoga County Police DepartmentSource:New York Post
The incident allegedly occurred on December 1, 2017, but no further details were provided. In a tweet that has since been deleted from October 2017, Bell announced he was scheduled to appear at The Odeon Concert Club on the day the alleged crime took place.
A spokesperson for the law firm that represents Bell, Friedman Nemecek, told Page Six on Friday that they have comment at this time but the facts will be revealed in the courtroom. pre trial hearing is scheduled for June 23.
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Ex Nickelodeon actors Josh Peck and Drake Bell started working together on Drake Josh in 2004.
Bell rose to fame in the mid 2000s with a starring role on Drake Josh alongside his co star, Josh Peck.
However, the actor has found himself in some legal trouble in recent years.
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Josh Peck and Drake Bell pictured together in 2005. Their series, Drake Josh, came to an end in 2007. Last year, his ex girlfriend, Melissa Lingafelt, claimed he had been verbally and physically abusive throughout their relationship.
While Bell denied Lingafelt allegations at the time, he did admit to both parties calling other terrible names. He alluded that perhaps she spoke out for a quest for more money or attention. Picture: Charles BrewerSource:News Limited
The actor concluded, cannot and will not allow these offensive and defamatory allegations to go unchallenged and I am reviewing my legal options. article originally appeared on the New York Post and is reproduced here with permission.