Raquel Lee Bolleau Details Amanda Bynes' Inappropriate Behavior During 'Amanda Show' Filming

In the fifth episode of 'Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV', Raquel claims that her 'Amanda Show' co-star spat in her face several times while they were filming a skit.

AceShowbiz - "The Amanda Show" alum Raquel Lee Bolleau opened up about her not-so pleasant experience while filming "Amanda Show". In the fifth episode of "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV", she claimed that her co-star Amanda Bynes behaved inappropriately toward her.

According to Raquel, Amanda spat in her face several times while they were filming a skit of "The Amanda Show". Called "The Literals", the skit required Bynes to do a spit-take with liquid in her mouth.

Raquel claimed that the "All That" star would repeatedly spit directly in her face during the sketch without being prompted. "Everybody thought it was so funny. Everybody's laughing, but I did not find it funny. The third time, I was infuriated," the "Proud Family" voice actress recalled.

The 37-year-old star, who was the only black girl in the scene, added, "Like, I was so mad that the director hurried and put me on the side of the set and was like, 'Listen, Raquel. Breathe in. Breathe out. She's the star of the show.' "

Raquel added that the director told her not to "make too much of a problem" about that incident. The director allegedly told her, "'I'm going to ask [Amanda] not to spit in your face. But you have to keep your cool.' "

In the skit, Amanda portrayed a teen girl named Leslie Literal who was part of a family that interpreted different figures of speech literally. She was joined by the other girls, including Raquel's character, before asking them to guess who asked her to the school dance. Raquel's character then asked Leslie to "spit it out," prompting the latter to spit her lemon water out all over her.

Amanda has yet to comment on Raquel's claims, but it was previously reported that Amanda refused to appear on "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV". Sources told TMZ last month that producers of the Investigation Discovery series approached the former child star and her parents, Rick and Lynn Bynes, about sharing their stories on the show, but they decided not to participate.

The "Easy A" actress, who didn't watch the docuseries, allegedly refused to appear on it because she simply didn't have a bad experience while starring on "The Amanda Show". Instead, she felt grateful for Nickelodeon which helped launch her career.

Amanda's parents, on the other hand, reportedly wanted to live a private life and hoped to stay out of the limelight. They, however, allegedly watched the documentary and were saddened and disgusted by the allegations.

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