Dustin Diamond, who played the dorky Screech on the sitcom Saved By the Bell, said that the cast of the G-rated teen program engaged in some R-rated sex and drug exploits on the set of the hit 90s show.
The 32-year-old actor/comedian, who was left out of the show's upcoming reunion, said he could smell a certain kind of smoke emanating close to his castmates' dressing rooms, according to published reports.
Diamond also pointed some juiced-up fingers at castmate Mark Paul Gosselaar (the blond heartthrob who played Zack Morris), as he said his former colleague was a steroid-user prior to 1994's short-lived spin-off, Saved by the Bell: The College Years. Diamond, according to reports, said Gosselaar suddenly added 25 pounds of muscle onto his lithe frame.
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Sex was on the STTB menu as well, Diamond said.
"If Kelly Tiffani Thiessen was interested in Slater Mario Lopez one week, then backstage there was a lot going between them in Mario Lopez's room," Diamond said, according to published reports. "Then, if Jessie Elizabeth Berkley kisses Zack, then you know Elizabeth Berkley is going in Mark-Paul's room."
Diamond's cast mates reportedly asked he be left out of a recent People Magazine cover and other reunion-related festivities, due to being uncomfortable with their one-time colleague over his post-show antics, which have included: a "leaked" porn movie where the former child actor raves of his fondness for "poop" and multiple publicity stunts to raise money for his foreclosed-upon home.