His account is way more interesting than the E Hollywood story though, so here goes: Yeah that’s right.All of the students screwed each other except Screech (not that he was too bothered, but we’ll get to that) with many of the liaisons actually mimicking the storylines of the show.His attorney Thomas Alberti filed a motion, obtained by "The State is in possession of photographs and/or Police Officer statements that may reasonably conclude that Amanda Schutz had been punched in the face and forcibly held by more than one adult male," Alberti wrote."[Diamond] produced a pocketknife in a desperate attempt to defend his [fiancée] from further harm.“I should’ve taken all the six kids to college,” the executive producer admitted.
At one point Screech handcuffs himself to the lockers in protest and won't let himself go until Bambi shows up.) and so it was probably in Dustin Diamond’s best interests to attempt to make the book as juicy as possible.Of course, all of this implies that the revelations within the book might not be 100% true. He's still mostly known for that, but also for being generally gross and actually a kind of sad, tragically fallen child star.And did you know that the nerd we all used to love is also a stabber?