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‘Boy Meets World’ Actors Detail Friendship With Child Abuser

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Pod Boys Meets World, which is often lighthearted, became serious as the hosts discussed “the difficult subjects of grooming, childhood sexual abuse, and their effects on victims.” Pod Meets World, a podcast that explores the episodes of the popular sitcom Boy Meets World through stories, took a serious turn on Monday. The hosts, who are also former television stars, talked about grooming. Manipulating minors, and their friendship with a convicted child abuser who appeared as a guest on the show.

On the Monday edition of the podcast, family psychologist Kati Morton joined presenters Danielle Fishel, Rider Strong, and Will Friedle to talk about “the difficult subjects of grooming, childhood sexual abuse, and their effects on victims.” The three actors, who co-starred in the ABC comedy from 1993 to 2000 as Eric Matthews, Shawn Hunter, and Topanga Lawrence, promised to be candid while talking about a former co-star whose identity has just come to light: Brian Peck, the fifth season guest star of Boy Meets World.

Peck was charged with child molestation in 2003.

He was sentenced to 16 months in jail after being found guilty of both oral copulation of a person under the age of sixteen and indecent conduct against a kid. Recently, Strong and Friedle received requests for statements on Peck, a man they had become friends with, ahead of the premiere of Quiet on Set, an upcoming documentary on alleged abuse at Nickelodeon. They were both young performers at the time, and he was a fascinating man in his 40s who had just entered their lives.

Strong and Friedle immediately got to know Peck when he joined the Boy Meets World cast for a two-episode storyline. They spent every day hanging out with him, both on and off set. On the program, Friedle reminisced on how deftly Peck entered his life. After Boy Meets World, Friedle remarked, “I was working a lot. And this guy had so ingrained himself into my life, I took him to three shows.”

In these kinds of situations,

the person he showed was a charming, witty. Competent professional who you wanted to spend time with. While talking about the shifting attitudes toward the homosexual community. In the mid-to late-1990s and why the parents around the set never complained about these interactions. The hosts conjectured that Peck, an out gay man. May have gotten away with hanging around performers 20 years his junior because of his sexual orientation. “It’s possible that they held back on saying it out of fear. That it would be interpreted as homophobia rather than as “This is a limit, homosexual or not.” There is a line between adults and children here, according to Fishel.

The performers also talked about how Peck, who was advancing Fishel’s career. At the time of his 2003 criminal accusations, allegedly used deceptive techniques against them. The hosts said that Peck was the true victim since in his version of events, the roles were inverted. They recalled that they believed him and had even supported him in court while facing the victim’s relatives. At first, I thought, ‘My buddy, this can’t be.'” It must be the fault of the other guy. The way he’s presenting the tale makes perfect sense,” disclosed Friedle.

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