Melissa Joan Hart believes “Quiet on Set” allegations '100 percent'

The former child star of "Clarissa Explains It All" says she only had positive experiences at Nickelodeon, but stands by her contemporaries.

Melissa Joan Hart wasn't involved in the recent documentary Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV about the abuse suffered by some Nickelodeon child stars in the '90s. In fact, she hasn't even watched it yet. But she still believes the allegations that were brought to light in the docuseries.

“I don’t know other people’s experiences. I’m not negating anything anyone else says,” Hart said on a new episode of Meghan McCain's podcast, Meghan McCain Has Entered the Chat. “I’ve never been told these people’s stories that are in the documentary or and I have to say I’ve never heard a story from a Nickelodeon star personally.”

Hart continued, “no one’s come to me and talked to me about any of these situations, and that’s not to say anything about anyone’s story. I absolutely trust and believe them 100 percent.”

<p>Paul Morigi/Getty</p> Melissa Joan Hart

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Melissa Joan Hart

Hart starred on Nickelodeon's Clarissa Explains It All from 1991-1994, playing a young girl who talked about her adolescent experiences directly to the audience. It was her breakthrough role, before playing her most iconic character in Sabrina the Teenage Witch on ABC and then the WB Network from 1996-2003.

In the interview with McCain, Hart said she only had a positive experience working at Nickelodeon, though her show filmed at the network's Orlando studio rather than in Hollywood.

“I was surrounded by an amazing crew, an incredible cast that took such good care of me,” Hart said. “And so I don’t know if it was the difference in Orlando or the time period, whoever these guys were, they weren’t around, but I have to say, not every egg in the Nickelodeon basket is rotten. There were some people that really took care of me."

<p>Nickelodeon/ Courtesy: Everett</p> Melissa Joan Hart

Nickelodeon/ Courtesy: Everett

Melissa Joan Hart

Listen to Hart's full interview on Meghan McCain Has Entered the Chat. Quiet on Set is now streaming on Max, with an additional episode coming soon.

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