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The 'School of Rock' actress has been granted a permanent restraining order against Joshua Stockton, who threatened to kill himself to demonstrate his love for her.
A male fan of the 'iCarly' alum reportedly has been following her at the campus and even threatens to commit suicide over unrequited love.
One Direction and Jennifer Lawrence won the most nods at the awards show while producer Dan Schneider received the show's first lifetime award ever.
The 'Dancing Crazy' singer and her mother claim the accident was preventable, adding that the crash left them 'disfigured and disabled.'
The former 'iCarly' star will play Christina Ricci's daughter in 'Girlfriend in a Coma', while the 'Riches' alumna will portray the mother of the titular boy in 'About a Boy'.
The J.R. Ewing depicter was surrounded by family and close friends including co-stars Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy at time of his death.
While viewers bid goodbye to the Nickelodeon show, Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy and Noah Munck hang out together at Nathan Kress' house to watch 'iGoodbye'.
The 'Rosie Show' host takes to Twitter to tell 'Little People, Big World' star Amy Roloff, 'i am sorry my words hurt u and made u sad,' and admits that her words 'were ineloquently phrased.'
'iCarly' thrive in the Funniest TV Sidekick category while 'Harry Potter' makes its mark in Favorite Movie and Favorite Book.
Feeling lucky to be alive, the 'iCarly' star reportedly tells those close to her that if it wasn't for her bus driver's quick thinking, she won't only suffer a broken ankle.
The popular kids show is in the middle of airing the third season and would begin the production of season 4 in May and season 5 next year.
Instead of choosing to one school in particular, the 'iCarly' star claims she wants to go University of Southern California and New York University for two years each.
The 'iCarly' star, who is preparing herself for further education in college, reveals she has been told to leave about half the libraries in Los Angeles for causing a disturbance wherever she goes.
The 'iCarly' star is joined by 'True Jackson, VP' star Ashley Argota in the efforts to raise awareness on cyber bullying by giving advice on what kids should do when faced with bullies online.
The 'iCarly' actress is 'Dancing Crazy' with her pals in this music video for Avril Lavigne-written song.