Dustin Diamond (Saved by the Bell) made his mea culpa after his explosive book

Entertainment 11 November, 2016

He will have two years to apologize to his former partners.
Two years after having set fire to the powder with his book Confessions Behind the Bell , Dustin Diamond finally makes its mea culpa. The actor who played Screech in the series Saved by the Bell is currently participating in the reality TV show The Dr. Oz Show , on the plateau which he apologized to his former stage partners: Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez , Lark Voorhies, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Thiessen.
” Oddly, this is by doing interviews like this I do hear me. This is my best weapon to try to repair the damage that has been done at the time by people who wanted to take advantage of me and the situation. I want to tell them they are great and to have worked with them was one of the highlights of my life and I’m sorry that we have used me through my book and other situations in which everyone has heard about. But I’m sure we all had hard knocks, I’m not the only one, and I love you all, guys , “a-t- he said in a video posted on the website People .
I used a literary negro
In his book, the 39 year-old actor had claimed that “everyone slept with everyone” and “used drugs ” during filming. Accusations that made his former acolytes crazy. “It’s unfortunate for others but for me too. What the public does not understand is that it’s not me who wrote this book. J ‘I used a literary negro “, he added. His confidences, Dustin explained that he had not really realized the impact he could have on the public.
It provides now trying to refocus and move forward, after realizing the impact that past mistakes have had on their life. Mistakes they painfully try to buy today, after two years in turmoil. Recall that he was sentenced to four months in prison last year after being beaten in a bar . Released for good behavior , he was back behind bars after violating his probation. He had confided to his imprisonment in a television interview with the one embodied AC Slater in the cult series, the star of the small screen Mario Lopez.