David Pakman is speaking out against a documentary which names him as a LGBT teen who was bullied to death.

The 45-minute film, titled Minnesota Nice?, was released last October by Alec Fischer. Its description reads: “The documentary Minnesota Nice? was created by 18 year old Alec Fischer, who made the film his senior year in high school. The film highlights the problem Minnesota has been having with student suicides and bullying in schools, and brings attention to how school administrations and the State Government have been ignoring the problem despite cries for help from students and faculty. In the film, real students from across Minnesota share their real stories of how they were bullied and harassed relentlessly in school, many to the point of attempting suicide.”

“This is the weirdest thing,” Pakman, the host of The David Pakman Show, said in a YouTube.com video. “There's a point in the beginning of the movie where it goes through gay teens who committed suicide. And somehow my picture is in there. A picture of me from when I'm like 22 years old, or something like that.”

“What the hell is going on around here,” he continued. “I'm obviously not a teen, the picture is from when I was 20-something, I'm not gay, I wasn't bullied … I'm alive!” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)