After declaring bankruptcy in 2001, Dustin Diamond, better known as the dork “Screech Powers” in the 1990s sitcom “Saved by the Bell” released his own sex video in 2006.
Now after three years, Diamond is back with another bang. He recently released a preview of his book, “Behind the Bell”.
According to his book, the set of the teen sitcom was full of sex and drugs. Diamond claimed that he could smell certain “smoke” wafting through his cast mate’s dressing room.
He also claims in his book that his co-star Mark Paul Gosselaar, also known as Zack Morris in the sitcom, used steroids just before the production of Saved by the Bell: The College Years, in 1994.
He described Gosselaar as once scrawny, then after a month, was suddenly exploding with “manliness”, and gaining as much as 25 pounds of beef in his frame.
Gosselaar’s only comment of his accused steroids use was that “We weren’t in rehab and Mr. Belding wasn’t my crack dealer”.
Furthermore, Diamond added that there was a lot going on backstage with his co-stars, Tiffany Thiessen and Mario Lopez, and with Elizabeth Berkley and Mark Paul Gosselaar.
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He also claims Mark-Paul Gosselaar, aka Bell’s Zack Morris, used steroids before production of the short-lived Saved by the Bell: The College Years, in 1994.
“He suddenly exploded with manliness, loading 25 pounds of muscle on his once-scrawny frame in, oh, about a month,” says Diamond.