Danielle Fishel, the star of Boy Meets World, has come under fire from her former co-star Maitland Ward, who claimed that she shunned her female castmates during the show’s relaunch that she explained in her memoir, “Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood.”
In her new memoir, Maitland Ward has written about her relationship with her ex-co-star, which was released on Tuesday, September 6, 2022. And she slammed Danielle Fishel in her new memoirCredit: Handout. She also claimed that Danielle Fishel denied sharing the screen with other female co-stars on the shoot of Girl Meets WorldCredit.
The adult film star blamed Danielle Fishel and how she treated her and other ladies on the show in her book “Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood.” She also indicates her conversation with Danielle at the Boy Meets World cast reunion, where Danielle Fishel ignored the presence of her former co-star.
The former porn star has written in her book about how Danielle Fishel didn’t talk to her at the reunion and badly acknowledged her presence. Although she hadn’t seen her since getting married, there was no animosity or bad blood between them. She also claimed that Danielle Fishel was not interested in sharing the screen with the main cast of the Girl Meets World spin-off. Maitland Ward said,
“I don’t know if that’s true, but there were whispers that she didn’t want any of the previous female performers to share the screen with her,” “That’s why her character would never interact with Trina [McGee]When Trina was on the show, she didn’t like it when I showed up on set.”
In 2014, three seasons of Girl Meets World were broadcast on the Disney Channel. The show cast Danielle as Topanga Lawrence and Corey Mathews as her on-screen husband, played by Ben Savage, and the story went through adulthood, and the two kids were raised.
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Except for Maitland, who did not make a comeback, several cast members of the original Boy Meets World ensemble made cameo appearances. In her book, Maitland briefed how she wished to continue her role as Rachel McGuire in the series. She starred with other co-stars, including Will Friedle, Matthew Lawrence, and Rider Strong, especially in the last two finale seasons.
She then changed her career to the adult entertainment industry, which she explained in her memoir. She later changed careers and entered the adult entertainment business; she spoke about this experience in her memoir.
In her memoir, Maitland also criticized 31-year-old Farrah Abraham, the MTV star, for her old sex tape, calling the movie a “disaster.” After the tape leaked, she was fired from the Teen Mom franchise, where her sex tape was named Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.
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